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Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, established in 1973, is adjacent to the protected area set of connections of Mudumalai of Tamil Nadu on the southeast and Bandipur and Nagarhole of Karnataka on the northeast. The sanctuary is a vital part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve established with the key objective of preserving the biological heritage of the country. The sanctuary is rich in diverse fauna and flora. Sanctuary gives emphasis on the scientific conservation with due consideration for the general existence of the tribals and others who lives around the forest.

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