Jharkhand state has an affluent assortment of plants and animals. The Zoological Gardens and the National Parks and positioned in the Jharkhand state present a vista of this multiplicity.
Betla National Park in Latehar district wraps up an area of 250 km square. The park has a great diversity of fauna, including elephants, tigers, bisons, wild boar, sambhars and pythons that are dappled deer, fozes and rabbits.
The mammalian wildlife to be seen at National Park of Betla also comprises rhesus monkeys, langurs, wild boars and blue bulls. The minor mammals are the hares, porcupines, honey badgers, wild cats, mongooses, Malabar squirrels, antelopes, wolves, etc.
The Wildlife Sanctuary at Hazaribagh with picturesque beauties is positioned in an ecological unit very analogous to Palamu’s Betla National Park.
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