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Animals of India

India is a country that is known for its incredible colors, spices and culture, but did you know it’s also home to hordes of exotic animals? Some of these animals are never seen on other continents (outside of zoos) and some are even threatened by extinction. Find out more about the Animals of India! Back to Article

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ordinaryboy
ordinaryboy wrote:
2013-05-18 10:35:08 -0700

the tiger interests me

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sanayairani1001
sanayairani1001 wrote:
2013-05-16 02:33:49 -0700

india Love Love Love

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-ZeroHero-
-ZeroHero- wrote:
2013-05-15 12:34:33 -0700

Hahaha Aarjan you're annoying the people XD Hhahaha

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allen
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allen wrote:
2013-05-15 12:29:48 -0700

According to everything we have read - the Langur is a monkey

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AliceStar123
AliceStar123 wrote:
2013-05-08 05:07:15 -0700

i live in india

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Dancer706568
Dancer706568 wrote:
2013-05-03 03:55:29 -0700

why do you keep on saying "gud" so much?!Frown

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Aarjan
Aarjan wrote:
2013-05-03 02:31:15 -0700

gud

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Milky0126
Milky0126 wrote:
2013-05-02 12:05:53 -0700

that is sick

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Chris the awesome
Chris the awesome wrote:
2013-05-02 12:04:44 -0700

tiger is cool

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Prcek
Prcek wrote:
2013-05-01 09:37:23 -0700

thank you, good stuff

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gurnoorjot001friend
gurnoorjot001friend wrote:
2013-04-30 19:09:00 -0700

i have rided that eleplant once

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Optic Ninja 43
Optic Ninja 43 wrote:
2013-04-30 13:17:41 -0700

Typo I mean't Langurs

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Optic Ninja 43
Optic Ninja 43 wrote:
2013-04-30 13:16:39 -0700

& langors are not monkeys!

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Optic Ninja 43
Optic Ninja 43 wrote:
2013-04-30 13:15:38 -0700

I've seen all of these animals in the zoo but Not in the wild.

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thevictor
thevictor wrote:
2013-04-30 10:22:14 -0700

Ya I have seen all of these but langor are not monkey please correct it smile

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