Wild Kingdom

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Enigmas of the wildlife

Wild Kingdom, an article Showcases exciting animals photographs.

Wildlife is the most exciting and adventurous thing to do in photography .Furthermore, it’s particularly captivating because you can capture remarkable pictures of wild animals in their undisturbed natural habitat.. It’s always a risk to get yourself in front of animals. But for better result we have to take risk.

Adventurous species

The beauty of nature is always fascinating, especially when it comes to wild animals. Observing them in their natural habitat is mesmerizing. Many more animals live in family units, while some predators prefer solitude. Nature has balanced ecosystems through food chains, catering to each animal’s needs. Sadly, deforestation and hunting have led to the extinction of numerous species. The Polar Bear, Tiger, and Snow Leopard remain endangered. Wildlife sanctuaries have been established to protect these animals. India faces challenges in conserving wildlife. The phrase “Wild Kingdom” connects wildlife and nature. This article highlights wild animal features and extinction. Here are pictures of animals from Nagarahole and Periyar Tiger Reserve Park in India.

Indian dhole
Indian Dhole : Dholes are live in group called pack, composed of 6-12 members
a royal Bengal tiger
A Royal Bengal Tiger : The tigers live their life alone
sambar deer
Sambar Deer : They have dark brown coat with chestnut marking on their rump
cheetal
Cheetal : Commonly known as spotted Deer
Indian gaur
Indian Gaur : These are the largest extant bovine
nilgiri langur
Nilgiri Langur : They are also known as Black Leaf Monkey
grey langur
Grey Langur : Their traditional name is Hanuman Monkey
Indian wild boar
Indian Wild Boar : They are the close relative to domestic pig
Malabar Giant Squirrel
Malabar Giant Squirrel : These rodents are generally solitary animals
asiatic elephant
Asiatic Elephant : Elephants are the largest terrestrial animals

Wild Kingdom, a phrase connects wildlife and nature . This article highlights features of wild animals and also their extinction .

Copyrights:
All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Alan JoseIdukki ,Creative Hut Institute of Photography. A photography school in Kerala called Creative Hut gave him a Professional Diploma in the Art of Photography. It is illegal to copy them, in whole or in part, without the permission of the rightful owners.

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