Silent Valley National Park in Kerala
About Silent Valley National Park
Silent Valley National Park is geologically situated in the Nilgiri Hills, Palakkad District in Kerala.
The recreation centre is one of the last undisturbed tracts of South Western Ghats mountain downpour timberlands and tropical sodden evergreen backwoods in India.
This national park is touching with the proposed Karimpuzha National Park toward the north and Mukurthi National Park toward the north-east. Silent Valley National Parks covers a region of 237.52 sq km (91.70 sq miles)
Valley zones of the SVNP park fall under Tropical and subtropical soggy broadleaf woodlands ecozone. Sloping regions of the recreation centre are over 1,000 m are in a South Western Ghats downpour backwoods district.
Over 1,500 m, the evergreen woodlands start to offer an approach to hindered backwoods, called sholas.
The woods range secured in the SVNP discovered imperative to naturalists, scientists and different analysts in light of the fact that the rich biodiversity in the recreation centre has never been disturbed by human settlements.
A few debilitated animal groups are endemic and a few new plants alongside new creature species are regularly found in this park.
Guests can detect the tiger, panther (jaguar), panther feline, wilderness feline, angling feline, basic palm civet, little Indian civet, chestnut palm civet, bronzed mongoose, stripe-necked mongoose, dhole, clawless otter, sloth bear, little Travancore flying squirrel, Indian pangolin (textured insect-eating animal), porcupine, wild pig, sambar, spotted deer, yapping deer, mouse deer, elephant and gaur likewise in this park.