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Nagarhole is home to
# 32 species of larger mammals
# 252 species of birds
# 32 species of reptiles
# 13 species of amphibians
# 10 species of fishes
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Nagarahole forms part of Nagarahole-Bandipur-Mudumalai-Wayanad Tiger Conservation Unit (TCU) of Western Ghats landscape & holds highest number of tigers in a single landscape unit (1/8th of world tiger population)
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Nagarahole Tiger Reserve previously known as Rajiv Gandhi (Nagarahole) National Park, was named after the river 'Nagarahole' which literally means 'Serpent River' (Nagara=Serpent; Hole=River) in Kannada language.

Nagarahole tiger reserve forms a critical connecting habitat for tigers and elephants to other areas of Western Ghats through Brahmagiri wildlife sanctuary and to the Eastern Ghats through Bandipur Tiger reserve.

AS FEW TIGERS ARE LEFT IN THE WILD

Our goal is to enable the Critical Tiger Habitat of Nagarahole tiger reserve as a truly inviolate area that can support viable source population of tigers along with its co-predators and prey species.

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