(Last Updated on : 13/10/2012)
Bethuadahari Wildlife Sanctuary is located just beside the NH 34, in the Nadia district
in the Indian state
of West Bengal
. It houses one of the large populations of spotted deer, Jackal, Bengal fox, Porcupine, Common Langur
. Some of the other species also include Parakeets, Indian Cuckoo, Barbets and other smaller birds and pythons. Many type of trees and small crocodiles, generally known as Gharials, also inhabit the sanctuary.
It is positioned in the Nakashipara area. The entire sanctuary is spread over an area of 67 hectares it was set up in the year 1980. As per the census conducted in the year 1995, it housed 297 deer. It has about fifty species of wildlife including python, jungle cat, porcupine, monitor lizard, and a variety of snakes and birds.
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