Sri Venkateswara National Park in Chittoor
Area of Sri Venkateshwara National Park spreads over the regions of Chittoor and Cuddapah in Andhra Pradesh state that makes it interesting. Its aggregate range comprises of 353.62 square kilometres. Heavenly area of bumpy geography looks one of a kind with the vicinity of Seshachalam and Tirumala slopes encompassing it.
Truth to be told steep slants, crevasses, levels and valleys turn the spot thoroughly enchanting. The park is additionally celebrated for its lovely waterfalls like Gunjana, Gundalakona and Talakona.
A few waterfalls in the park make it genuinely engaging. Tigers, civets, jackals and dark bucks are some significant creatures in this park. The fauna in this park is uncommon. Take for instance brilliant gecko other than Indian titan squirrel whose vicinity makes this park selective.
This park turned out to be a piece of biosphere stores of India upon the affirmation of the Indian government in 2010 to offer such status to the Seshachalam Hills.
Sri Venkateshwara National Park is geologically situated in the Eastern Ghats spread in the Seshachalam slopes of Kadapa and Tirumala slopes in Chittoor Districts in Andhra Pradesh. The SVNP territory rise fluctuates from 150 to 1,130 meters (3707.3 feet) above mean ocean level.
The territory is undulating with woodland secured valleys. The SVNP timberland gets the vast majority of the precipitation amid the upper east rainstorm and a bit of amid the southwest storm. This park is secured by the vegetation blended of dry deciduous and wet deciduous sorts. This national park covers a territory of 353 sq km (136.29 sq miles) in the Easter Ghats spread in Andhra Pradesh.
Ornithologists recorded event of 178 types of feathered creatures including the all inclusive debilitated yellow-throated bulbul, pompadour green pigeon, a winged animal of the Himalayas and the critically endangered Oriental white-backed vulture and so forth in the recreation centre region.
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