Monday, January 30, 2012

The Story of Spotted Deer in Uttrakhand India

A Uttarakhand roadways bus driver of Haridwar - Haldwani route saw a child of spotted deer. The driver grabbed his feets tied and just put in the toolbox of battery and brought with himself. Then suddenly someone informed the SOG Team of CTR. Late night on the arrival of the bus the team stopped the bus and took away the spotted deer child form the driver.
Notably Haldwani City is very near to the world famous Jim Corbett National Park and spotted deer is one of the most beautiful spices of Deer. Whose length is around 150 cms and height to shoulder is approximately 90 cms and weight of an adult spotted deer is 85 Kg. The skin of spotted deer is brownish-yellow with white spots on it, which is also identity of the spotted deer.
These deers are only found in Sri Lanka and India, the deer is called "Sarang" in Marathi & Kannada and in Hindi called as chittal. The Jim Corbett National Park of Uttrakhand is very good abode of these deer. They are found there in lot and normally seen in every Corbett Safari Tour.