Tamil Nadu to have India's 51st tiger reserve
Tamil Nadu to get its fifth tiger reserve between Meghamalai and SrivilliputConservationists believe that by declaring the Meghamalai-Srivilliputhur Tiger reserve, there are great chances for the Vaigai River rejuvenation. India presently has 50 tiger reserves and the latest addition in Tamil Nadu will become the country’s 51st reserve. Kalakkad Mundanthurai was Tamil Nadu’s first Tiger reserve, created between 1988 and 1989. Then came Anamalai and Mudumalai formed between 2008 and 2009. The state’s fourth tiger reserve is Sathyamangalam, which was formed between the years 2013 and 2014. Please follow the link below for more on this report.