Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary or Palpur-Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the Wildlife sanctuaries of India.


It is between latitudes of 25°30’- 25°53’N & longitude of 77°07’-77°26’E. It lies in the Sheopur district of north western Madhya Pradesh, a state in central India. It is about 120 kilometres from Gwalior.

It was set aside as a Wildlife Sanctuary in 1981. It has an area of 344.686 square kilometres. Since then (i.e.since 1981), this has been elevated to the Kuno Wildlife Division with an additional area of 900 square kilometres as a buffer area around the Sanctuary.

Flora and Fauna

The park is home to many species of wild animals including wolves, monkeys, leopards and nilgai and possibly a few remaining Bengal Tigers.

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