#MagnificentMP is every animal lover's paradise.
Over the years, Madhya Pradesh has made its way into popular culture. Pench National Park, located in the Seoni and Chhindwara district of #MadhyaPradesh is not only the home to the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger, but is also the key setting behind Rudyard Kipling’s much loved ‘The Jungle Book’. So, the next time you are there, be sure to say hi to Baloo, Bagheera and, obviously, the one and only Shere Khan. This image was captured by wildlife photographer Sanjeet Mangat.
Kanha National Park,spread over 940 sq.km, is the home to a whole lot of flora and fauna. The 'barasingha', also known as the swamp deer, resides within the flora and fauna of this grassland. 'Barasingha' literally means 'twelve-tined' as are the antlers of these animals. The image of the deer here has been shot by Raj Mani Patel.
Kanha is,also, the home to two of the big cats, other than the tiger, which is the leopard. The leopard image has been captured by Leepakivar.
In another part of Madhya Pradesh is Satpura National Park. An ideal place for bird watching, this park is the home to the River Tern, many of which can be found on the banks of river Denwa. The image of this featured beauty has been captured by Tahir Abbas.
Bandhavgarh National Park is located in the Umaria district of MP and has a large biodiversity. This includes the Hanuman Langur,known to "form the most powerful ‘vigilance system’ against tigers" and keeping the jungle well-informed with the movements of the big cat.
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