Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary

Kawal wildlife sanctuary is located at Jannaram mandal of Adilabad district in Andhra Pradesh state of India.

Read more about Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary:  The Sanctuary, Tiger Reserve Status

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