Arabithittu Wildlife Sanctuary
The Arabithittu Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Mysore district over an area of 13.5 sq. kms. One can find plantations of sandalwood and eucalyptus. As far as animals are concerned one can spot Leopard, fox, spotted deer, etc. The park boasts of more than 230 species of birds that have been observed over here in this park all these years. The Arabithittu State Forest is inside this wildlife sanctuary and is located in Mysore District at Hunsur Taluk of Karnataka State. This place also known as the Hunsur Territorial range. The chain link installed by the Defense Research Development Organization of Ministry of Defense is the boundary of the sanctuary. Also, the quarries located near to this sanctuary have been banned from operation.
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