Wildlife in Indian cities and national parks


This May 2020 video says about itself:

Urban wildlife lives in cities with people – Black kites, rats, wild boars, ravens, crows, snakes. Wildlife in nature lives in national parks and reserves – tigers, dholes, elephants, gaurs, deer, mongooses, monkeys, snakes.

We want to show that we need to value biodiversity and realize that most species live in natural habitats. On the other side, it is amazing to watch how well some animals survive in the cities.

Black kites (Milvus migrans) are birds of prey living in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. They are very good at surviving close to people. In many places they scavenge.

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