Population of Barahsingha is increased from 66 to 600 in Kanha

Kanha National Park

The world’s most threatened species of fauna that were successful restoration of elk to Hard ground Kanha Tiger Reserve in the world of global wildlife conservation success has given new meaning to write.

According to an official release, specialists, physicians and technicians Kanha management team for the first time on January 7, 2015, without the help of Trenkyulaijr Vanvihar National Park, Bhopal, 7 and 4 and March 15, 2015 in Elk Hardground 8-8 Satpura Tiger Reserve sent. The fauna that today are not only alive and safe, but also to have settled in the new environment.

Kanha Tiger Reserve is the only place in the world where elk left. Elsewhere the epidemics due to the population increase and their existence ever comes a crisis, with the aim of shifting to the state forest department.
barahsingha in Kanha

Elk in the world are found in a total of 3 sub species India and Nepal. The Kanha Tiger Reserve in India, Dudhwa National Park and Kaziranga National Park and Manaus are limited. Rising agricultural land and a sharp decrease in their numbers of predators were.

In 1938, Kanha National Park has 3,000 elk. After them, there has been a steady decrease in their numbers. 551 in 1953 and in 1970 only 66 assessments were left in Elk Tiger Reserve.
Kanha management efforts today are approximately 600 elk and are relatively safe. Small Population Biology at the small number of bio-genetic and environmental factors that work against a wide variety of live, so they must continually effective management.
According to the release, Kanha management for the conservation efforts are being made by the elk. They build Anklojr, constant development of housing sites, water development, including construction of swampy areas.

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