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Indian Wildlife: This section of our website will take you to the Indian Jungles and give you a chance to see the Indian Wildlife. We have included all those wildlife parks that may catch your attention. Some of the wildlife parks give you the opportunity to see The Royal Bengal Tiger from Elephant back and some will offer an appointment with the Asiatic Loin. Here the wild and some of the most beautiful creations of Mother Nature will host you. You may please take your time to choose your destination where you will shoot them not by the gun but by your Camera.
Located in South Asia, India occupies an area of 3,165,596 square kilometers bordering the west and northwest with Pakistan, north with China, Nepal, Bhutan and northeast with Sikkim, the east with Myanmar (Burma), the southwest with the Arabian Sea, south to the southeast Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Bengal.
Southern Peninsular, The Deccan, triangular, Indo-Gangetic Plain and the Himalayas: India three distinct zones are distinguished. This mythical mountain range is formed by parallel and arranged lineups arc extending over 3,000 kilometers and whose average height is 6,000 meters (being the Nanda Devi and Anapurna the highest levels with 8,000 meters), making it a practically impassable barrier.
India offers a diverse and lush natural heritage but has suffered indiscriminate depredation of man, it can still be seen a magnificent spectacle. Himalayan chain contains multiple ecological treasures hidden behind the extreme temperatures. As you ascend the monsoon deciduous forests, rhododendrons, mosses, lichens, ferns, orchids, Indian pines, cypresses, cedars and larches are discovered. These forests are full of myths red-headed, red-billed magpies, tragopans, osprey and red minivetes. You can also see Tibetan black bears, flying squirrels, otters, yellow-throated martens and weasels listed. Herds of goats and wild sheep are followed closely by the snow leopard and with a little luck you can also see the lesser panda, known as bear cat.