A visit to the Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the best ways to explore nature in its purest form. Take a jeep safari organised by the Forest Department and be ready to spot deer, nilgai, sambar and sloth bear as you pass through narrow roads lined with gorgeous trees on either sides. Home to pythons, cobras, mugger crocodiles and other reptile species, this is one of Telangana's most popular wildlife sanctuaries. The sanctuary is also one of the world's rare eco-regions that houses a variety of embryonic species of ephemeral elements (that last for a very short time). Spread over an area of 806 sq km, the sanctuary offers both easy and challenging hikes. Some rare tree fossils have also been discovered here, making it an area of historical importance. The forest is divided into two parts by the  Dayyam Vagu river. The Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary lies at a distance of 110 km from Warangal and was declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1953 by the government of  Hyderabad.

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