This museum is one of the attractions in the jungle reserve. It is located in the Kalahandi and is 3km away from the nearest town. The museum is actually a heritage bungalow the renowned person Jim Corbett, who was a hunter and later turned into an environmentalist.
He is the one who raised concerns about protecting the jungle and the wild animals. This place is a must go because it allows you to have a better understanding of the jungle while looking at the various things showcased.
When you go to the museum you get to see how giant and magnificent the man-eaters(tigers) are. The museum has many old manuscripts, paintings, articles, and sketches. One can also purchase goodies which have different animals printed on them
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