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Chennai - The Chennai Crocodile Bank is located about 44 Km from the Chennai city. It houses several species of Indian and African crocodiles and alligators with their natural environment in open pools. It was set up to increase the crocodile population of the wildlife sanctuaries in India.

Chennai - The Chennai Crocodile Bank is located about 44 Km from the Chennai city. It houses several species of Indian and African crocodiles and alligators with their natural environment in open pools. It was set up to increase the crocodile population of the wildlife sanctuaries in India.

Chennai - Guindy National Park is situated at Guindy Taluk of Chennai District, it has a snake park and a children's park. It is said that the Guindy Park was actually a hunting preserve in its early days and belonged to a British citizen named Gilbert Rodericks. After his death the Government of Madras purchased it in the year 1821 and later in 1910, it was declared as a reserved forest.

Chennai - Guindy National Park is situated at Guindy Taluk of Chennai District, it has a snake park and a children's park. It is said that the Guindy Park was actually a hunting preserve in its early days and belonged to a British citizen named Gilbert Rodericks. After his death the Government of Madras purchased it in the year 1821 and later in 1910, it was declared as a reserved forest.

Himachal Pradesh  - Suketi Fossil Park was the first park in Asia that to be situated on the site where the actual fossils were unearthed. Situated at a distance of 21 km from Nahan, this park is sited on the bank of Markanda River. The fossils found at Suketi Fossil Park of Himachal Pradesh were as old as 8.5 million years!

Himachal Pradesh - Suketi Fossil Park was the first park in Asia that to be situated on the site where the actual fossils were unearthed. Situated at a distance of 21 km from Nahan, this park is sited on the bank of Markanda River. The fossils found at Suketi Fossil Park of Himachal Pradesh were as old as 8.5 million years!

Assam  - Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary was established in the year 1997 which is situated at an approximate distance of 19 km from the city of Jorhat and covers a total area of about 20.98 sq km. it was known as the Hollongapar Forest during the British reign. The Sanctuary has seven species of primates which includes western hoolock gibbon, capped langur, bengal slow loris, stump tailed macaque, northern pig tailed macaque, rhesus macaque and the Assamese macaque.

Assam - Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary was established in the year 1997 which is situated at an approximate distance of 19 km from the city of Jorhat and covers a total area of about 20.98 sq km. it was known as the Hollongapar Forest during the British reign. The Sanctuary has seven species of primates which includes western hoolock gibbon, capped langur, bengal slow loris, stump tailed macaque, northern pig tailed macaque, rhesus macaque and the Assamese macaque.

Manipur  - Keibul Lamjao National Park is located in the south eastern region of the Loktak Lake, the largest lake in the North East India. The striking feature of this sanctuary is the floating decomposed plant material locally known as 'phoomdis'. The park houses variety of wild life such as hog dear, sambar, muntjac, stump-tailed macaques, Hoolock gibbon, Rhesus monkey, the large Indian civet and wild boar apart from the fantastic brow-antlered deer.

Manipur - Keibul Lamjao National Park is located in the south eastern region of the Loktak Lake, the largest lake in the North East India. The striking feature of this sanctuary is the floating decomposed plant material locally known as 'phoomdis'. The park houses variety of wild life such as hog dear, sambar, muntjac, stump-tailed macaques, Hoolock gibbon, Rhesus monkey, the large Indian civet and wild boar apart from the fantastic brow-antlered deer.

Haryana - Sultanpur Lake Bird Sanctuary sprawls over an area of 143sq.km and is located on the Gurgoan to Farukh Nagar Road, at a distance of 16 km from Gurgoan. It was founded by Dr. Salim Ali, well known for migratory and indigenous birds.

Haryana - Sultanpur Lake Bird Sanctuary sprawls over an area of 143sq.km and is located on the Gurgoan to Farukh Nagar Road, at a distance of 16 km from Gurgoan. It was founded by Dr. Salim Ali, well known for migratory and indigenous birds.

Kaziranga National Park has been recognized as a World Heritage Site and national park of India, Geographical the park is located in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam is the state of India

Kaziranga National Park has been recognized as a World Heritage Site and national park of India, Geographical the park is located in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam is the state of India

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