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Ranthambore : A new connecting wildlife corridor in making

The wildlife preservation efforts have been going on since past few months.

According to a statement by The Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, a new wildlife corridor is all set to be developed in Ranthambore. The idea behind developing this wildlife corridor is pretty simple: it will start from Ranthambore and will end up covering all the national parks in Madhya Pradesh.  There are numerous benefits that the corridor will introduce like boosting tourism in the state and helping in the development activities.

Madhya Pradesh’s Madhav National Park in Shivpuri district, Kuno-Palpur wildlife sanctuary in Sheopur district, and Panna Tiger Reserve in Panna district will be covered on their way by the upcoming wildlife corridor.

Also, it was mentioned by Scindia in a statement how this wildlife corridor will result in even better economic and tourism development of Rajasthan. And he also informed us about the plan to connect this corridor to all the places mentioned above.

However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, a delay has been witnessed in bringing cheetahs from South Africa to the Kuno-Palpur Sanctuary. The delay is of about four weeks as the Cheetahs were supposed to reach in March.

The minister was also concerned about the current situation. He chaired a meeting to review the current ongoing covid chaos. Although, the effect of the new variant is in control due to rapid vaccinations. But still, people are requested to be cautious.

Rajasthan’s special and pretty famous Ranthambore National Park now will be connected to these destinations, which is a great move to create a wholesome wildlife travel experience for all the enthusiasts.



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