Top 5 Must See Wild Animals of Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh state of central India host largest number of Tiger, Leopard, Gharial, Vultures and now also the list included wild Indian wolf. Nilgai is also one of the wild animal found in good numbers in Madhya Pradesh along with Barasingha or swamp deer known as Bhoorsingh.

Panna National Park of Madhya Pradesh host good and health number of wild wolf in center India, Canis lupus pallipes are subspecies of grey wolf and is one of the most endangered populations of grey wolf in the world.

Bengal Tiger

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Madhya pradesh state has the highest number of bengal tigers in India with more than 408 big cats, There are six Tiger reserves in MP and four National Parks are known known for the Royal Bengal Tigers density and population. Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench and Panna are best places to spot wild tigers in Madhya pradesh.

Indian Leopard

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Indian leopard (Panthera pardus fusca) is another big cat of India that lives along with Bengal Tigers in reserves of Madhya pradesh. Panna National Park and Satpura National Park are few best place in MP to spot leopard in the wild along with other wild animals such as Sambar, Chinkara, Blackbuck and Barasingha.

Gharial

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Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus) is one of the three member from crocodilian family, today mostly found in National Chambal Sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh in a healthy population. The fish-eating crocodile is among the longest of all living crocodilians and only found in the rivers of India such as Chambal, Ganges, Son river and Mahanadi river.

Indian Vulture

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Indian vulture (Gyps indicus) species is classified as Critically Endangered as the population was declined. Today Indian vulture only found central Indian states and breeds mainly on hilly crags of Madhya Pradesh and central India, such as Orcha, Panna and Pench national park.

Indian Wolf

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Indian wolf (Canis lupus pallipes) is distributed across the different states of India including Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Wolves are also listed as endangered as Tigers in India however as per recent survey, Madhya Pradesh has shown growth in the population of wild wolves from Panna National Park and other wildlife protected area of Madhya Pradesh.

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