Wildlife of Central India – David Raju & Surya Ramachandran
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When one think of viewing wildlife in central India, the first names that pop up are the internationally renowned Bandhavgarh and Kanha Tiger Reserve home to the iconic Bengal Tiger. But There is definitely a lot more to this wonderland than just big cats. The overall hilly Terrian, interspersed with grasslands, fields, wetlands and forest, offes a huge diversity of Wildlife. Over 40 mammal spicies, from the iconic tiger and the endangereg river dolphin to the nocturnal shrews and civets, call this region their home. If one includes the number of bat species of the region it almost doubles the total mammal count. Apart from this, there are over 400 species of birds, 150 species of buterfiles, close to 100varieties of dragonflies, a plethora of reptiles and amphibians, and a huge variety of insect and arachnid species.