Ideal sub-tropical habitat for Tigers and other wildlife

Pachmarhi Wildlife Sanctuary

Part of the Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, the sanctuary is home to Tiger, four-horned antelopes, blackbuck, and the Indian giant and flying squirrels, both of which are endemic to this region.

Ideal sub-tropical habitat for Tigers and other wildlife

The Pachmarhi plateau is the highest part of the Satpura Hills, and includes the highest peak in Central India at 1,350 metres. The vertical escarpment that climbs from the forest floor is home to numerous raptors including honey buzzard and black eagle. Other birds here include Malabar pied hornbill, Malabar whistling thrush, paradise fly catcher and both grey, and red jungle fowl.

The presence of numerous streams, dense foliage, wild flowers and woodland edges attract a great diversity of colourful butterflies.

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