Nagarhole National Park

This National Park has been named after the river Nagarhole’ which snakes through its rich tropical forests. Nagarhole is a combination of two Kannada terms, ‘Nagara’ meaning ‘Cobra’ and ‘Hole’ meaning ‘River’.
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This Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, the park is backed by the Brahamagiri Mountains and filled with sandalwood and teak trees.
The Kabini River winds through jungle landscapes, home to tigers, Asian elephants and a variety of birds.

This area constitutes the largest contiguous forest cover in this part of the world and is part of the Nilgiri biosphere, the largest in Asia, and home to the largest concentration of herbivores in Asia; it is home to the largest congregation of Asiatic Elephants in the world.

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