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|Avg. summer temperature||35 °C (95 °F)|
|Avg. winter temperature||18 °C (64 °F)|
Peruvannamuzhi or Peruvannamoozhy is a village in Chakkittapara Panchayath Kozhikode district, Kerala, , The main attraction of Peruvannamuzhi is its natural Splendor, a calm and quiet land nestled in the Western Ghats. Kuttiyadi Irrigation Project Dam is situated in Peruvannamuzhi. Peruvannamuzhi is known for tourism, wildlife and research on spice crops.
There is a reservoir with facilities for boating, and nature reserves. The reservoir supplies irrigation water to Kozhikode, Malapuram and Kannur. Other attractions include a crocodile farm and gardens. Peruvannamuzhi is rich in bird life and over 90 species of birds have been recorded at the Experimental Farm of Indian Institute of Spices Research.
The Experimental Farm of Indian Institute of Spices Research (IISR) and Krishi Vigyan Kendra (Farm Science Centre) are located here.
Peruvannamuzhi forms part of the newly inaugurated Malabar Wildlife Sanctuary and is rich in flora and fauna.
It has a relatively large number of Christian/catholic population. Fathima Matha Catholic church, which comes under St.George's Forane Church Kulathuvayal follows Syro Malabar rites.
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