Kutchh, Gujarat, India
Wild Ass Sanctuary also known as the Indian Wild Ass Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Kutch district of Gujarat, India. The entire Little Rann of Kutch spreading across nearly 5000 square kilometers is known as the "Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary" is a featureless expanse of flat land (the sea bed) dotted with islands known as "Baits" which form the core for the flora and fauna. This is the largest wildlife sanctuary in India. The wildlife consists of rare and endangered Ghudkhur (Equs hemionus khur) not found anywhere else in the world. Others, such as the Blue-Bull, Chinkara, Hedgehog and carnivores such as the Wolf, Jackal, Fox, Jungle and Desert Cats can also be found here in large numbers and also a variety of birds. Wild Ass Sanctuary is located at approx 159km from state capital Gandhinagar, 140km from Ahmedabad, 163km form Rajkot, 248km form Vadodara, 538km from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 668km from Mumbai, Maharashtra.
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