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Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Wayanad, Kerala.

In the year 1973, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary was formed.

The sanctuary is devided into two parts known as the North Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary and South Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.

Popular pure wild honey is collected from the sanctuary area by the tribal people.

World's largest recorded population of Asian Elephants and Tigers can be seen in this sanctuary. Leopards, Jungle Cats, Leopard cats, spotted deer, Sambar deer, Gaur, Sloth bear, Wild dog, Wild boar, Indian pangolin, Stripe-necked mongoose and plethora of other mammals can be found here.