Indian Animal

India is a wildlife fiesta that has more than 80 national parks and 440 wildlife sanctuaries. Being home to such myriad fascinating flora & fauna, these parks and sanctuaries are visited by adventure seekers and nature lovers from all across the world.

Wildlife tours in India is therefore your perfect way to watch the Indian wildlife animals from a close quarter. They will take you to various wildlife parks & sanctuaries in India where you can enjoy different wildlife safari options like jeep safari and elephant safari. You can even view tiger riding on the back of an elephant during your wildlife travel in India.

On a wildlife tours you can see a large number of Royal Bengal tigers, Indian elephants and one horned rhinos in the wild. Some other exotic animals that you can easily come across are leopards, snow leopards, sloth bears, red panda, nilgai, gharial, and several species of deer, monkeys and birds.

Whether it's the birds, animals, butterflies or the unique flora of the Indian parks and sanctuaries, be sure to get bedazzled.



Bengal tiger is a subspecies of tiger, which is found in the Bengal region of the Indian subcontinent. One of the most common tiger subspecies, it is also found in a number of other Asian countries, like Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Tibet, etc.

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Asiatic Black Bear have the jet black fur with the brown muzzle and a whitish chin. They have thick hair around the neck and shoulders. Asiatic Black Bear are usually the medium size bear and their length exceeds from four to six feet.
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The 34 species of deer can be divided broadly into two categories, known as the old world group and the new world group. The former comprises of the subfamilies Muntiacinae and Cervinae, while the latter includes the subfamilies Hydropotinae and Odocoileinae.

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Black Buck, common name for an antelope, mainly of India but with other small populations in Pakistan and Nepal. The black buck has ringed horns that have a moderate spiral twist of three to four turns and are up to 70 cm (28 in) long.


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In Indian Elephant only the male has tusks whereas in the African one both male and female has the tusks. Some of the male Indian Elephant are without tusks and are called "Makhnas". These elephants are very big in size and are prone to charging.

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Most adaptable of all the cat species Leopards or Panthers are found almost through out the Indian Sub-continent. The Indian leopards are known to attain a length of at least 7ft with female being slightly smaller in size to the male.


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Indian Lion on first sight looks slightly smaller then its African cousin due to absence of mane. But it makes up on this with a tuft of hair on its elbows, at the end of its tail and on its belly. The average length of Asiatic Lion is around 9 ft.

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Indian Rhinoceros is silver brown in colour and has folds all over its body. Both male and female rhinoceros have one horn. Males weigh around 2200 kg while the females weigh around 1600 kg. Male rhino is 1.8 m tall while the females are 1.6 m tall.


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