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How many national parks are there in western ghat region of India ( Bharat ) ?

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Asked by rajaram rao, 14 Apr '08 06:47 am
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Many National parks in the Western ghats :-
Agasthyamalai Sub-Cluster (with Five Site Elements) including: The Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve 900 km, includes Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve 806 km, in Tamilnadu and Neyyar[14], Peppara[15] and Shendurney[16] Wildlife Sanctuaries and their adjoining areas of Achencoil [17], Thenmala, Konni[18], Punalur, Thiruvananthapuram Divisions and Agasthyavanam Special Division in Kerala[19].
Periyar Sub-Cluster (with Six Site Elements) including: Periyar National Park and nature reserve 777 km, in Kerala, Ranni, Konni and Achankovil Forest Divisions. On the eastern side, lying largely in a rain-shadow area with mostly drier forests, lie the Srivilliputtur Wildlife Sanctuary and reserved forests of the Tirunelveli Forest Division.
Anamalai Sub-Cluster (with Seven Site Elements) including: Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Eravikulam National Park 90 km, Indira Gandhi National Park, Grass Hills National Park and Karian Shola National Park are lo ...more
Answered by sudesh, 14 Apr '08 06:56 am

 
  
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