The Anshi National Park and Black Panthers of India

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The Anshi National Park is an evergreen tropical rain forest arranged in the North Kannada area in Karnataka. The recreation center  blanket a region of 340 sq km is acknowledged as India's most endangered natural life park. Anshi lies on the Karwar- Londa interstate and is part of the Dandeli untamed wild life sanctuary. Anshi  got the designation as National Park in1987. Dandeli is a little town found on the banks of the Kali waterway in Karnataka. The woods around this town was secured as Dandeli wild life sanctuary in 1975 with a range of around 500 sq kms. The Anshi National Park and the connecting Dandeli wild life sanctuary together make up the Dandeli Wildlife Division of the Karnataka Forest Department. 

The geography of the park is such that it has profound valleys, steep slope inclines and thick woods. The height of the recreation center changes from 200 m to 927 m and the temperature runs between 16-37 degree Celsius. The best opportunity to visit the recreation center is between November and  June.  The interesting characteristic of the recreation center is that it is the main put in Asia where black panther is discovered, naturall

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