Silent Valley National Park
The Silent Valley Park spread over a zone of 90 sq km, in the Palakkad region of Kerala is special protection of characteristic rainforest. It is a natural surrounding for a wide assortment of plants and creatures. It climbs quickly to the Nilgiri Plateau in the north. This park is the focal point of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. The peaceful and quiet valley with eminent characteristic excellence prompts its name quiet valley. The perfectly clear stream, Kunthi, slides from the Nilgiri slopes, moves through the whole valley.
The valley exhibits a representative assortment of peninsular well-evolved creatures, 150 types of feathered creatures, 128 types of insects, 400 types of moths and 200 types of butterflies and other fauna like the Nilgiri Laughing Thrush, the Great Indian Hornbill, Ceylon Frog Moth, and the Lion-followed Macaque.
The greenery found here makes one wonder if this condition has made due to the most punctual reference purpose of time. From tigers, jaguars, elephants, snakes, Lion-Tailed Macaques and Malabar Giant Squirrels to moths, bugs and creatures of land and water, the varying assortment infauna are shocking. Nearby them one can see in excess of 1000 kinds of sprouting plants and another 110 sorts of orchids that enamor all who see them. In excess of 400 sorts of moths and 200 kinds of butterflies have been ordered here. The 128 kinds of scarabs deserve a remarkable notification since 10 of them were in advance darken to humankind.
Many have experienced here starting now and into the foreseeable future yet none have had the choice to put to words the exact estimations or detail the sentiments evoked by the experience these timberlands bring to the table. It is something to be observed directly, this out and out blessing of nature, with advantaged experiences that humankind is yet to truly appreciate.