The Sunabeda wildlife sanctuary covers an area of 500 square kilometers and is also referred to as the Tiger Reserve.

Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary in Odisha has the largest saltwater crocodiles, King Cobras, Indian pythons, and second-largest mangrove ecosystem.

This sanctuary is home to endangered woodpeckers, hill mynas, hornbills, leopards, Asian elephants, pangolins, gaurs, and mouse deer. 

Odisha established Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary in 1979. Marine enthusiasts visit the world's largest Olive Ridley Turtle nesting beach.

This wildlife sanctuary houses Flamingo, Open-billed Stork, White Bellied Sea Eagle, Brahminy Kite, Spoonbill, Spot-billed Pelican, and Bar-headed Goose.

Peacocks (plural) This wildlife sanctuary is located in the Baliguda subdivisions of the Kandhamal region, and it is home to a diverse array of plant and animal resources.

a deer It was a pioneer in the conservation of Gharial. In this sanctuary, the white tigers are considered to be of world-class quality.

leopard  This fascinating area also has 250 plant species that you must witness to learn more about them.