Wild Ass Sanctuary Pictures

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Wild Ass Sanctuary

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Asiatic Wild Ass

Located in the Little Rann of Kutch, Wild Ass Sanctuary is the largest wildlife sanctuary in India. The Asiatic Wild Ass is one of the fastest animals in India and can run up to 80 kmph.

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Asiatic Wild Ass

Stallions live either solitarily, or in small groups of twos and threes while family herds remain large.

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Lone Ranger

The mating season is during the monsoons and the mare gives birth to only one foal.

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Feeding time  

The male foals wean away after a couple of years, while the female foals continue to stay with the family herd.

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Asiatic Wild Asses

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Keeping a safe distance

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On the run

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Asiatic Wild Asses 

The Nilgai is the biggest asian antelope and can survive for days without water.

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Nilgais (Female)

Interestingly, Nilgais are thriving in Alabama & Texas where they have escaped from private exotic ranches. It’s estimated there are about 15000 Nilgais in Texas alone.

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Nilgais (Female)

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Nilgai (Male)

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Cracked Earth

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Our ride

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Cranes

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Cranes

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Cranes

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Sunset

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Sunset

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5 Responses to Wild Ass Sanctuary Pictures

  1. Prato December 24, 2009 at 11:02 am #

    Awesome pics …GGW..LOL!

    he last pic of the sunset is my desktop background now…:-)

    Prato.

    • Madhu December 24, 2009 at 8:09 pm #

      🙂
      Yeah, the sunset was so beautiful except that towards the end clouds rolled and messed up the visibility.

  2. Anil Nandibhatla December 25, 2009 at 3:32 am #

    Folks, awesome, the sunset picture is great

  3. Dido December 26, 2009 at 4:56 am #

    how much kms is this place from Mumbai?? by road i mean…how many hours…??

    Damnn this place rockss…thanks for sharing..Glad if u’l provide me with the info…

    • Madhu December 30, 2009 at 11:17 pm #

      It’s about 120 kms from Ahmedabad. It’d make more sense to fly to Abad and then hire a cab (Desert Coursers can provide pickups as well). No point in taking your car there since you can’t drive on your own through the sanctuary.

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