Wildlife of the Indian Subcontinent

Wildlife of the Indian Subcontinent

Wildlife and wildlife habitat of the Greater India (the Indian subcontinent) encompasses that of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Burma / Myanmar and Maldives.

ee also

*Wildlife of India
*Wildlife of Pakistan
*Wildlife of Bhutan
*Wildlife of Bangladesh
*Wildlife of Sri Lanka
*Wildlife of Myanmar (formerly Burma)
*Wildlife of Maldives
*Wildlife of Afghanistan
*Wildlife of Iran
*Wildlife of Iraq
*Wildlife conservation
*Fauna of India
*Flora of India
*List of fishes of India
*Ecoregions of India
*The study of natural history in India
*History of the conservation movement in India
**Environmental activism in India
***Environmental organizations in India
*Project Lion (for conservation of our Asiatic Lion in India)
*Project Crocodile
*Project Hangul
*Asiatic Lion Reintroduction Project
*List of Zoos in India
*Central Zoo Authority of India (CZA)
*Zoo Outreach Organisation (ZOO), India is an NGO
*Wildlife Institute of India (WII)
*Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM)
*Zoological Survey of India (ZSI)
*India Nature Watch (INW) spreading the love of nature and wildlife in India through photography
*Geological Survey of India (GSI) also maintains 2 fossil parks currently.
*Fossil Parks of India

*Protected areas of India
*List of protected areas in India
**National parks of India
**Biosphere reserves of India
**Conservation areas of India
**Wildlife sanctuaries of India
**Reserved forests and protected forests of India
**Conservation reserves and community reserves of India
**Communal forests of India, including
***Sacred groves of India
***Social forestry in India
**Private protected areas of India

*Environmental policy of the Government of India
**Indian Forest Act, 1927
**Wildlife Protection Act of 1972
**Project Tiger
**Project Elephant
**Project Snow Leopard
**Project Gaur
*Ministry of Environment and Forests (India)

External links

* [http://www.indianaturewatch.net/index.php “Online Photo Galleries” on Nature and Wildlife of India at "India Nature Watch (INW)" - spreading the love of nature and wildlife in India through photography]
* [http://www.wildlifeofpakistan.com/ Wildlife of Pakistan]

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