Rajasthan: Significantly increase in number of animals in Ramgarh Visthari Sanctuary
Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve Sanctuary of Bundi district in Rajasthan is very rich in terms of biodiversity. It was declared as Tiger Reserve recently. This is the 52nd Tiger Reserve of the country.
In this, there has been a significant increase in the number of animals in the last two years. The number of chitals and sambar has increased 6 times. In the wildlife census conducted in the last days, 300 chital and more than 125 samhbar have been seen in this sanctuary. Two years ago 50 Chital and 38 Sambhar Ramgarh Vishdhari were brought from New Delhi.
Most of the forests of Ramgarh are covered with dhok trees. Apart from this, trees of Khejda tendu, peepal, bad, arjun, bamboo, fruitful dates, jamun, ker, lasoda etc. are also in large quantity. Those who like all herbivorous wildlife including bears.
Along with the high peaks in the Aravalli and Vindhyachal mountain ranges, the river Mej along with the water sources for 12 months in the mountainous plains flows.