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Kuno Fest to showcase the park as a premier tourist spot.

by In-house Editor

The picturesque Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh, known for its rich biodiversity and as a potential second home for Asiatic lions, has received a boost in its conservation efforts. The park has recently been declared a tiger reserve, highlighting its significance for wildlife conservation. This new status is expected to attract increased attention and resources for the protection and preservation of the park’s flora and fauna.

The Kuno National Park, spread across approximately 750 square kilometers, has been a subject of conservation efforts for several years, aiming to reintroduce the Asiatic lions from Gujarat’s Gir Forest. With the tiger reserve designation, the park will now receive additional support and funding, which will contribute to its wildlife conservation programs and infrastructure development.

This recognition is a positive step towards safeguarding the diverse ecosystems and wildlife species within the Kuno National Park, ensuring their long-term survival and promoting sustainable tourism in the region.

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