Which state has highest number of elephants in India?
Which state has highest number of elephants in India 2019?
Estimated population of Asian Elephants in India is between 27,785–31,368 in wild areas in 2019.
- Karnataka – 6049.
- Assam – 5719.
- Kerala – 5706.
- Tamil Nadu – 2761.
- Odisha – 1976.
- Meghalaya – 1754.
- Uttarakhand – 1839.
- Arunachal Pradesh – 1614.
Which state has highest tigers in India?
Which state has more elephants?
The highest number of elephants was reported in Karnataka (6,049). Assam occupied the second spot with 5,719 elephants. Tamil Nadu has 2,761 elephants whereas Kerala has 3,054.
Which is known as Tiger State?
How many tigers are there in India in 2020?
India is now home to nearly 3,000 tigers, a third more than it had four years ago, according to the latest tiger census. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who presented the findings on Monday, said the tiger population had risen from 2,226 in 2014 to 2,967 in 2018.