Mudumalai is an ideal home to several endangered and vulnerable species nestling Indian elephant, Bengal Tiger, Gaur and Indian Leopard. There is a high diversity of animal life in the sanctuary with about 50 species of fishes, 21 species of amphibians, 34 species of reptiles, 227 species of birds and 55 species of mammals. Mammal diversity is higher in the dry deciduous and dry thorn forests than in the other habitats. Thirteen percent of all mammal species in India are present in Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary. There are at least 266 species of birds in the sanctuary, including critically endangered Indian White-rumped Vulture and long-billed vulture.Around 8 % of the bird species in India can be found in Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary. Among the counts of 227 bird species in the area, 110 species are insectivores, 62 are carnivores, 23 species are fishivores, 12 species are omnivores and 20 species are grainivores.
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Kabini Nagarhole offers the safari experience can be felt with great surprises. there is abundance of wildlife, this place brings tremendous crowd of wildlife lovers for sighting of elephants, sambhar, spotted deer, gaur, wild boar, sloth bear, wild dogs, etc. which is quite assured. if anyone is lucky, he/she can also have a fascinating encounter with a tiger or a panther too. The tourists are really permitted to shoot; but not with the guns, with their cameras and videos and that truly bring a memorable adventure.
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