In central Mumbai predatory animals roam freely

Wildlife in the middle goroda

Mumbai - amazing bustling city. Visitors often say that the city does not just seem alive - if it is life itself. Many things in Mumbai may seem incredible, such as slums and shacks, standing next to doroguschy mansions and hotels.

Often, the first visit to Mumbai is culture shock. One of the most unique tourist attractions - the National Park named Sanjay Gandhi. The park is located in the city and separates the western and central suburbs. Millions of people are forced to walk through the park to get from one part of town to another.

Mumbai - the only city in the world where in the park in the city large predators roam freely. This park - not just greenery, this 104 sq km forest reserve, where he lives 5,000 species of insects, 1,000 species of plants, 250 species of birds, 40 species of mammals, 38 species of reptiles and nine species of amphibians. More there are ancient Buddhist caves dating back to the I-st ​​century. The park is free to walk leopards, deer, crocodiles, snakes, monkeys, tigers and lions.



See also

New and interesting