Which state has highest number of wildlife sanctuary in India?
The correct answer is Maharashtra. Maharashtra has 48 Wildlife Sanctuaries. Madhya Pradesh has 25 Wildlife Sanctuaries.
Which Indian state has most wildlife?
The combined population of lions, tigers, elephants and rhinos in the country is around 36,000. Assam, followed by Karnataka and Kerala, has the highest number of them. However, density of animals per square kilometre of protected area is highest in Meghalaya.
Which state has highest wildlife sanctuary?
The union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands in India had the highest number of wildlife sanctuaries in 2021. This came as no surprise since an estimated 86 percent of the its land is home to some of the richest flora and fauna.
Which is the first wildlife sanctuary in India?
The first sanctuary or national park established in India is Manas National Park or Manas Wildlife Sanctuary which is many in one -a national park, UNESCO Natural World Heritage site, a Project Tiger reserve, an elephant reserve and a biosphere reserve in Assam, India.
Which state has more tiger reserves in India?
Madhya pradesh has the highest number of tigers(526) in the age group of 1.5 years with more than 408 big cats. Other states with significant populations included Uttarakhand (442), Karnataka (524), Tamil Nadu (229), Maharashtra (190), Assam (167), Kerala (136) and Uttar Pradesh (117).
Which state has lowest national park in India?
National Parks in India: Important Points
- Largest National Park: Hemis National Park, Jammu & Kashmir.
- Smallest National Park: South Button Island National Park, Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
- Largest Wildlife Sanctuary: Rann of Kutch, Gujarat.
- Smallest Wildlife Sanctuary: Bor Tiger reserve, Maharashtra.
Which is the heart city of India?
Delhi: The heart of India.
Which Indian state has maximum leopard?
Madhya Pradesh has highest numbers of these spotted cats at 3,421. The report Status of Leopards, Co-predators and Megaherbivores in India, 2018, by the Wildlife Institute of India, released in New Delhi last week, reveals that there are 12,852 leopards spread across the tiger reserves.