Bethuadahari Wildlife Sanctuary
Bethuadahari Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Nakashipara area of Nadia District, West Bengal, India. The sanctuary is located beside National Highway 34. The sanctuary covers 67 hectares, and was established in 1980 to preserve a portion of the central Gangetic alluvial ecozone.
The sanctuary has a large population of spotted deer (chital), jackal, Bengal fox, porcupine, and common langur. Bird species include parakeets, Indian cuckoos, barbets and other smaller birds, while reptiles and amphibians include pythons, monitor lizards and gharials, a type of small crocodile. The sanctuary is wonderful space for beginner photographers tourists etc.All should visit the place occasionally.The amazing rock python is the greatest attraction of the forest.
As of the 1995 census, it had 297 chital deer.
Among the trees found within the sanctuary are shal, teak, arjun, Indian rosewood, and bamboo
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