What is Chhattisgarh state animal?
Wild water buffalo
Which animal is at the edge of extinction in Chhattisgarh?
Raipur: The Chhattisgarh government has launched efforts to revive the population of its state animal, the wild buffalo, which is on the verge of extinction. Top government officials have told ThePrint that apart from planning artificial insemination, the state is getting wild buffaloes translocated from Assam.
Is state animal of Goa?
While peafowl is the national bird, gaur is the state animal of Goa. Interestingly, both—peafowl and gaur—are accorded the maximum protection under the Indian Wildlife Protection Act. The state government has also urged for monkeys to be declared as vermin.
What is the state animal of Delhi?
Which is the largest city of Chhattisgarh?
|Formation||1 November 2000|
|Largest cities||Raipur, Bilaspur, Durg & Bhilai|
Which is the Chhattisgarh state flower?
|State animal||Wild buffalo (Bubalus bubalis)|
|State bird||Hill myna (Gracula religiosa)|
|State flower||Rhynchostylis gigantea|
|State tree||Sal (Shorea robusta)|
Which is the state fruit of Goa?
Goa’s official language, which is spoken by a majority of its inhabitants, is Konkani….Goa.
|Symbols of Goa|
|Tree||Matti Terminalia crenulata|
Which tree is considered as the state tree of Goa?
Coconut Cocos nucifera
|State||Common name||Binomial name|
|Haryana||Sacred fig||Ficus religiosa|
|Himachal Pradesh||Deodar||Cedrus deodara|
Which state has most animals?
Assam, followed by Karnataka and Kerala, has the highest number of them. However, density of animals per square kilometre of protected area is highest in Meghalaya.
Where is nilgai found?
Nilgai antelopes live in dry areas with a variety of land types. They range from grassy, steppe woodlands, to hillsides. In India, they occur in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains southward to Mysore. The brush country of South Texas is well suited to their natural preferences.
Why is Chhattisgarh poor?
All the three—Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Uttarakhand—are rich in forest, water and land resources. Segregated data shows that tribal, forested and other mineral-rich districts contribute up to 70 per cent of the two states’ total poor.