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The Anamalai Tiger Reserve has a long management history since 1848. It is the erstwhile Coimbatore South Forest division, which was a model forest division for the Madras State. Till 1879 Anamalais was one range under the charge of Sub-Assistant Conservator. The Tiger Reserves holds a large number of population of endangered species of fauna and flora. The Tiger Reserves supports diverse habitat types. The floral diversity of the Tiger Reserve is extraordinary. Anamalai Tiger Reserve is a pristine 958.59 km2 reserve of tropical jungle, shola forest and grassland rising to 2400m and spilling over the Western Ghats into Kerala between Kodaikanal and Coimbatore. This tiger reserve is home to all kinds of exotic endemic wildlife, much of it rare and ensuccessed – including leopards and around 30 elusive tigers, though you’re much more likely to see lion-tailed macaques, peacocks, langurs, spotted deer and elephants, or crocodiles.


Field Trip

Anamalai Tiger Reserve


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