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India has been divided into eight regions: Western Himalayas, Eastern Himalayas, Assam, Indus Plain, Ganga Plain, Deccan, Malabar and the Andamans. The forests cover 13% of India’s total land area. More than 500 varieties of mammals, 2000 species of birds and 30,000 types of insects as well as a large variety of fishes, amphibians, & reptiles have recorded in India. Elephant, lion, & one-horned Asian Rhino are  among the endangered species of large mamamals protected in India’s national parks & forests. However, with the rapidly increasing population & industrialization, deforestation is taking place at an alarming rate that has resulted in the extinction of various species.

India’s Sundarbans National Park is famous for getting in touch with natures wild creatures like Royal Bengal Tiger, Saltwater Crocodile, Bull Sharks, and various Primates  & Snakes.

 
 
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