From India's 1st To Smallest, Here Are The Wildlife Sanctuaries And Parks To Visit

Today is March 3 and it is celebrated as World Wildlife Day.

It is celebrated to create awareness among people about wildlife conservation.

Here are some wildlife sanctuaries and parks in India that you must visit.

1. Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand was established in 1875 and is the first wildlife sanctuary in India.

2. Rajasthan's Ranthambore National Park is the largest wildlife sanctuary in India.

3. Bor Wildlife Sanctuary in Maharashtra is the smallest wildlife sanctuary in India.

4. Kaziranga National Park in eastern Assam has the most diversity of wildlife.

5. Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is the only tiger reserve in India, where black panthers are spotted.

6. Kutch Desert Sanctuary in Gujarat is a unique one in India where you can spot spiny tailed lizards, Indian porcupines, and flamingos.