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Name the largest national park of sidhi District.

1. Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary
2. Sanjay National Park
3. Mandla National Park
4. Kanha Kisli

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Correct Answer - Option 2 : Sanjay National Park

The correct answer is Sanjay National Park.

  • The Sanjay National Park extends into the districts of Sidhi and Singrauli.
  • Sanjay National Park:
    • Located in Dry deciduous forest region.
    • Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve, a part of which is now in Chhattisgarh which was renamed Guru Ghasidas National Park.
    • Eastern and western boundaries are formed by the Gopad and Banas rivers respectively (tributaries of Son river).
    • Mostly composed of Sal (Shorea Robusta) trees.
    • According to an official census of Madhya Pradesh carried out in 2004, Sanjay National Park had six tigers.
    • Eventually, however, no tiger was sighted there, between October 2008 and May 2009. 
  • Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary
    • It is located in the Sindh district of Madhya Pradesh.
    • It was established in the year 1978.
    • It is spread over an area of approximately 478 square kilometers.
    • It has an extremely dense dry deciduous mixed forest and harbors a wide variety of flora and fauna.
  • Mandla National Park
    • It is the smallest National park which is located in the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh.
    • It covers an area of about 0.3 sq. km in it.
    • This park is famous for its Fossil bottle palm.
  • Kanha Kisli National Park
    • It is also known as the Kanha Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh.
    • It is the largest National park in Madhya Pradesh which is extended for about 950 sq. km in the two districts such as Balaghat and Mandla of Madhya Pradesh.
    • This park is famous for its Royal Bengal Tiger.

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