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Webspinners are a very small group of subtropical and tropical insects which are also known as food spinners or embiids.
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 Sultanpur National Park and Bird Sanctuary
Considered as a paradise for bird watchers, the Sultanpur National Park and Bird Sanctuary houses numerous bird species. This Bird Sanctuary is ideal for birding and is best visited in winters when a large number of migratory birds come here.
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Balukhand-Konark Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary covered with dense jungle. The avid flora and fauna attracts the zoophilists and the ornithologists.
 Karanji
Karanji is a big deciduous tree which is present basically in the deciduous forest regions of India. This medicinal plant is helpful in the treatment of wounds, facial disorders, ringworms, etc. The botanical name of Karanji is Holoptelea integrifolia (Roxb) Planch.
 Sundarbans Tiger Reserve
Nestled at the south-eastern part of West Bengal, Sundabans Tiger Reserve deserves special mention. Sunderbans are a delta region forming one of the largest mangroves in India and is known for the largest population of Royal Bengal Tigers, the National animal of India.
 Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve
Bhandhavgarh Tiger Reserve preserves tigers along with a plethora of wild fauna and flora.
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