A look at world’s longest and India’s first wildlife underpass at Kanha-Pench near Nagpur


Radhika Dhawad | Jan 20, 2020 7:43

India’s first underpass for wildlife animals on NH7 (44) highway that passes through the tiger dominated Kanha-Pench Corridor.
The tiger corridor

World’s longest and India’s first dedicated tiger corridor, the underpass, for wildlife animals connects two famous wildlife parks — Kanha and Pench — on NH7 (44) highway that passes through the tiger dominated Kanha-Pench Corridor in Maharashtra.

India’s first underpass for wildlife animals on NH7 (44) highway that passes through the tiger dominated Kanha-Pench Corridor.
Underneath the corridor that has been fitted with CCTV cameras (Photo courtesy: Aditya Joshi)

Thanks to the country’s first such underpass, animals can now cross roads safely. These corridors have been fitted with CCTV cameras to monitor the movement of animals.

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