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The King of Wild Beasts Got a Second Home

Published by Aarav Upadhyay, 2021-12-03 07:15:36

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The King of Wild Beasts Got a Second Home When the entire world was battling against the deadly disease- Covid-19, there was a wave of joy in the Gir forest due to the upliftment in the total population of Asiatic Lions, giving the room for hope. Gir National Park is located in the Junagadh and Saurashtra district of Gujarat, sprawled over 1412 square kilometers. With the increase in the numbers of lions, many of them are seen in the Saurashtra peninsula region, expanding their range manifold. Travel freaks love the Gir safari in this park; buying a Gir Safari Booking ticket is a must before entering the park. The Outbreak of Canine Disease in Wildlife The roars of the lions are muffled over a vast area of the Junagadh district, but it is tinged with severe concerns. An outbreak of the disease in animals, for instance, the canine disease, may flush out all the joy and happiness among the wildlife freaks. The disease had brought alleged death to many lions and other animals in the Gir forest, which led to a steep decrease in the headcounts amongst the Lion population. This stance is inducing the forest department to rethink the idea of emphasizing a new home for the second population of the Asiatic lions. Kuno - The Second Home of the Lions Nestled in a large forest, covering an area of almost 3000 square kilometers, nearly double the entire scope of Sasan Gir. The site is a perfect habitat for the Asiatic lions to reside in

this park, all in their natural habitat. The park bestows a wide variety of flora and fauna, making the park eligible for the king of the jungle to survive peacefully, with a vast density of wild boar and sambar in this region, which are the potential source of meals for a hungry lion or the big cat. The density of these animals is higher than in the lion’s native Gir Forest. Prior Attempts to Relocate the Lions The government has already made path-breaking attempts to relocate the lions from their native Gir forest to increase their population. A previous such attempt of relocating the lions to their lions was failed in 1956. The government of India had decided to take the lions to Chandraprabha sanctuary erstwhile, which is located in Uttar Pradesh. They multiplied or reproduced but scattered. Some of them were found dead in the nearby villages, and some shot. There was no protection for these endangered animals, and the management was inferior. After severe research, Kuno in Madhya Pradesh was selected as the natural habitat for the wild beasts, and the park was established in 1990. Thus, if you are planning to make a trip to the vicinity of the forest of Gir national park, opt for a ticket from Gir Online Booking to avoid the serpentine queue outside the entry gate.

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