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Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary at Tamil Nadu has reserves of

[A]. wild ass, wolf, nilgai, chinkara
[B]. important bird sanctuary
[C]. pantha, chital, sloth bear, wolf
[D]. elephant, deer, wild boar, crocodile, crangetic dolphin

Answer: Option B


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Pardeep said: (Apr 22, 2015)  
Vedanthangal birds sanctuary is one of the smallest and oldest in the country with a unique history. The local people have been protecting the sanctuary for centuries now because they have realized that the bird droppings falling into the tank increases nitrogen content of the water and when used to irrigate crop increases the yield greatly and saves the cost of fertilizers.

As far back as 1798, the village folk convinced the authorities to give protection to the birds of the 30 ha. Area of the Vedanthangal tank. Around 30000 birds come every season even though the area is just 30 ha It then attracts multitudes of herons, egrets, storks, ibises and spoon bills. If the monsoon is heavy, these trees can be partially submerged.

Despite its compact size, Vedanthangal is worth a visit, especially between October and January, for the experience of seeing nesting birds in the thousand within close range.

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