Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary)
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Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary
An Indian bustard in Ghatigaon Sanctuary.
|• Total||511 km2 (197 sq mi)|
|Elevation||351 m (1,152 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Ghatigaon Sanctuary (also known as the Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary) is a wildlife sanctuary situated near Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, India. The sanctuary has a significant population of the great Indian bustard. The park was established in 1981.
The sanctuary houses many varieties of flora. Some include the Khair, Murjan, Palash, Seja, Dhawada, Royenja, Ghote, Beweg, Dhaman, Salai, Heans and Katli
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