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Panna Tiger Reserve , Panna( M.P. ), India

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Panna is the twenty second Tiger Reserve of India and fifth in Madhya Pradesh . The Reserve is located in the Vindhyan Ranges and spans the districts of Panna and Chattarpur in the state's northwestern region.
The Panna National Park was established in 1981. The Government of India designated it as a Project Tiger Reserve in 1994. The National Park incorporates portions of the former Gangau Wildlife Sanctuary, which was established in 1975. This sanctuary included territorial forests from the current North and South Panna Forest Divisions, as well as a portion of the adjoining Chhatarpur Forest Division. The Panna district's reserved forests and some protected forests on the Chhatarpur side were hunting preserves of the former rulers of Panna and Chhatarpur.

 

The National Park's location is also significant because it is located at a point where the continuity of the forest belt, which begins in the south at Cape Comorin, is broken and the great Gangetic plains begin. This is also the northernmost point of natural teak forests and the easternmost point of natural Kardhai (Anogeissuspendula) forests.
The Ken River, which flows through the Reserve from south to north, is home to Gharial and Mugger, as well as other aquatic fauna, and is one of the least polluted rivers in the area. It is also a tributary of the Yamuna. It is one of Madhya Pradesh's sixteen perennial rivers and the Reserve's lifeline. Ken provides some of

Conservation Significationce

• The park, along with the surrounding territorial forest areas of the North and South Panna divisions, is the only significant piece of wildlife habitat remaining in North Madhya Pradesh's otherwise fragmented forest landscape. Panna National Park, along with its associated species, is an important Tiger habitat in the Central Indian Highlands.

• The National Park's location is also significant because it is located at a point where the continuity of the forest belt, which begins from Cape Comorin in the south, is broken and the great Gangetic plains begin. This is also the northernmost point of natural teak forests and the easternmost point of natural Kardhai (Anogeissuspendula) forests.

• The forests of Panna National Park, along with Ken Gharial Sanctuary and adjoining territorial divisions, form a significant part of the catchment area of the river Ken, which runs for approximately 72 kilometres through this catchment.

• In addition to their conservation value, the Panna forests have a variety of tourism resources that can provide a rich and diverse cultural, historical, religious wilderness, and adventure experience. Panna has enormous tourism potential because it is so close to Khajuraho's ancient temple, which is already on the international tourist map.

 

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  • 07732-252135
  • fdptr82@gmail.com
  • https://www.pannatigerreserve.in/
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    Panna Tiger Reserve-India
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    Wildlife Sanctuary
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    Govt. Of India
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