Top 5 Wild Animals of India
- Indian Elephant
Elephants are categorized as megaherbivores and was listed as endangered, threatened by habitat loss, degradation and fragmentation. The most significant population of Asiatic Elephant are located in South India, inhabits grasslands, evergreen and semi-evergreen woods.
- Indian Rhinoceros
Indian Rhinoceros will also be known as good Indian rhinoceros are indigenous to the Indian subcontinent, chiefly located in north-eastern countries of India. Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary and Kaziranga National Park lands the highest density of Indian rhinos on the Planet.
- Asiatic Lion
Indian Shrimp are among those five major cats located in India and among the biggest of Indian cat, resides as one population in Gujarat. The habitat region of Asiatic lion is quite little, they survives now only in the Gir National park of Gujarat and just roughly 411 lions are left in the wild woods of Junagarh.
- Sloth Bear
Indian sloth bears are among the four species of wild bears located in India and distinguished from Asian black bears with their own lankier builds. Sloth bears species are indigenous to the Indian subcontinent and recorded as vulnerable.
- Gaur — Indian Bison
The Indian Bison commonly called Gaur is the largest extant bovine and among the strongest species of indigenous, indigenous into the Indian-Subcontinent. The Gaur is the tallest of all wild cattle species also has been recorded as vulnerable.