Manjampatti Valley

Manjampatti Valley is a 110.9 km2 (42.8 sq mi) protected area in the eastern end of Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park (IGWS&NP) in Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu, South India. It is a pristine drainage basin of shola and montane rain Forest with high biodiversity recently threatened by illegal land clearing and cultivation. p. 1,

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Manjampatti Valley - Photo Gallery
... Talinji temple ruins Talinji temple ruins Sacred place at Talinji 3 deities at Talinji temple ruins Pieces of broken deities at Talinji View of Jambu Malai (1395 m) from Manjampatti APC showing fields of butter beans. ...
Manjampatti White Bison - Recent Sightings
... Amaravati range in the Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, bison were seen in Thanlinji village, Manjampatti and Mungilpallam and reportedly there was also a white (albino) bison ... In 2007, a rare Manjampatti white bison was seen by George Roshan in a herd of about eight or 10 normal-coloured bison grazing and resting on mountain downs above Kukkal at the northeast corner ... In 2006, this possible subspecies was seen and photographed in Manjampatti Valley by Forest Department staff ...
Manjampatti White Bison - Historic References
... There are several herds of gaur (popularly called bison) in Manjampatti Valley ... Earlier, the area was well known for many Manjampatti white bison sightings ... Only the Manjampatti valley of Udumalpet range is said to harbour white bison, a very rare animal ...

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