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Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary is the largest wildlife sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh. The sanctuary covers nearly 1197 km² area across three districts i.e. Sagar, Damoh and Narsinghpur, of Madhya Pradesh. The forest vegetation is a tropical dry deciduous type, with Teak as the predominant species. The entire Sanctuary is situated on a plateau, forming part of upper Vindhyan range and has a connecting forest patch with VeeranganaDurgawati Sanctuary in Damoh district towards east extending up to Bandhavgarh National Park. The Sanctuary is classified under Deccan peninsula biogeographic region and forms part of Ganga and Narmada basin. It acts as a corridor for Panna Tiger Reserve and Satpura Tiger Reserve while indirectly connecting Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve via Rani Durgawati Wildlife Sanctuary.

With the boost in wildlife tourism over the past few years more and more individuals are getting to know about the diversity in the jungles and they are getting sensitive towards protection of forests and their biodiversity. Forest of Madhya Pradesh is no exception to that as many more tourists are now visiting the protected areas of the state and not only the more popular and famous Tiger reserve like Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench are experiencing more influx of tourists but slightly offbeat and less popular sanctuaries like Nauradehi are getting more tourists. With better protection being provided to the wildlife and tourists understanding the importance of responsible tourism, more and more wildlife is now seen in protected areas like Nauradehi and with continuously improving wild habitat Nauradehi has also become the center of tourist attraction.

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