Amrabad Tiger Reserve

  • Amrabad Tiger Reserve spreads over 2,800 sq.kms in the districts of Mahabubnagar and Nalgonda, is the largest tiger reserve in the country.
  • Earlier, it was part of ‘Nagarjunasagar-Srisailam Tiger reserve’ but post-bifurcation, the northern part of the reserve is vested with Telangana state and renamed as ‘Amrabad Tiger Reserve’.
  • The southern portion continues to be ‘NSTR’ is with Andhra Pradesh. There are an estimated 23 Tigers in the reserve.
  • Mammals like leopard, Indian wolf, wild dog, jackal, spooted dear, sambar, cowsingha, etc.

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