India is a flawless residence of wonderfully intriguing exotic animals. The nation harbors a charming blend of wildlife species. The thick timberlands of India have the most outlandish and uncommon wildlife species on the planet. The country is blessed with diverse and unique creatures and to provide them with shelter there are more than 500 wildlife sanctuaries and 100 national parks.
In the backwoods of Manipur, you can spot the Sangai, the forests of India also have Lion Tailed Macaque, Pangolin, the magnetic Nailgiri Tahr, Chiru-inhabiting the elevated tablelands of Ladakh, the extreme predator Dhole, the Wild Ass, and the elusive, solitary wild cat, the Clouded Leopard.
In the East of India are Hispid Hare, Pigmy Hog, the One-horned Rhinoceros and the Wild Buffalos, the South of India is home to Bison, Malabar Trogon, Antelopes and the sky is the limit from there. In the West remains the Asiatic Lions and North of India is unique for its Blue Sheep, Himalayan marmots, snow partridges, goats like ibex, Himalayan wolfs, makhor, and all the more such hypnotizing species. Be it the prominent and fierce Asiatic Lion, Flying Fox or the Sambar you are sure to catch a glimpse of the most unique animals which are otherwise only heard of.