Match the following lists List I (Wildlife Sanctuary) List II (District) a. Karera 1. Shivpuri b. Bagdara 2. Sidhi c. Bori 3. Hoshangabad d. Ghatigaon 4. Gwalior

a. Karera – Shivpuri Karera Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife Sanctuary in the Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh, India. Established in 1981 to protect a population of the Great Indian bustard in the region. b. Bagdara – Sidhi Located in the Sidhi District of Madhya Pradesh, the Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1978. It is spread over an area of about 478 square kilometer and is lined with dry deciduous mixed forest. The prominent Fauna at the Sanctuary include tiger, panther, chinkara, cheetal, sambar deer, wild boar and black buck and birds of various kinds. There are various tourists’ attractions both in and around the Bagdara Wildlife. c. Bori – Hoshangabad The Bori Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Hoshangabad District of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. Bori Wildlife Sanctuary includes India’s oldest forest preserve, the Bori Reserve Forest, established in 1865 along the Tewa River. The sanctuary covers an area of 518 square kilometer and is located in the northern foothills of the Satpura Range. d. Ghatigaon – Gwalior The grampanchayat Ghatigaon falls in Gwalior district situated in Madhya Pradesh state, with a population 2578. The male and female populations are 1293 and 1285 respectively. The size of the area is about 8.35 square kilometer.

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