Baku, September 27, AZERTAC
Bandipur is the most prominent national park located in the south Indian state of Karnataka and is best known for its varied wildlife boasting different biomes in the dry deciduous forest. It is considered as one of the best-managed parks of India.
The park stretches across an area of 874 sq km with a great objective of protecting the endangered species like tigers and elephants in this region along with protecting and restricting the over-usages of the sandalwood trees in the reserve area.
Bandipur National Park covers an area of approximately 500 square miles at the foot of the Western Ghat Mountains.
The park is home to a good variety of native wild animals, and you may even be lucky enough to come across a tiger or elephant as you tour the park.
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