Gir to Kuno: 5 national parks which are home to Lions in India

Gir to Kuno: Traversing 5 parks, a saga of Asiatic lion conservation unfolds; unity, translocation, habitat preservation—forging a future for an iconic species and its ecosystem

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Gir National Park, Gujarat

Home to the majestic Asiatic lions, Gir National Park stands as a symbol of conservation success. Spanning 1,412 square kilometers in Gujarat, it shelters over 500 lions

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Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan

Offers a unique habitat for the elusive Asiatic lion. Located in Rajasthan, this sanctuary's rugged terrain and dense vegetation provide a safe retreat for these big cats

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Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh

Holds promise as an alternate home for the lion. This ambitious translocation project aims to establish a second population of lions, mitigating the risk of a single-point failure

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Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan

This diverse sanctuary showcases the region's biodiversity, with its rocky terrain, dense forests, and winding rivers provide sanctuary to the Asiatic lion

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Chandraprabha Wild Life sanctuary

Exemplifies the effort to protect not just individual species but entire ecosystems, acknowledging that every element of nature is interconnected and vital

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