Giant white plumose anemones cover this temperate reef along the coast of Carmel in this underwater kelp forest photograph in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. UNDERWATER-MONTEREY-BAY-REEF by Jim Patterson Photography
Jim Corbett National Park: Topography Spread over 1318.54 sq km Corbett Park has 520 sq km as core area and 797.72 sq km as buffer area, which contains reserve forest 496.54 sq km and 301.18 sq km area is of Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary. The flat valleys are interspersed with hilly terrains, marshy depressions, rolling grasslands, a lake and rivers flowing through the park help maintain a perfect eco-system balance. The sanctuary has network of roads through the dense forest.
'The Sanctuary' in Pre-Production – Navis Pictures Making New Movie - Jim Morlino from Navis Pictures, Director of EWTN favorites 'The War of the Vendee' and 'St Bernadette of Lourdes', is helming a new film to be completed by December 2014. "The Sanctuary" is an exciting and poignant, feature-length drama set in 1949 about a group of plucky children who escape the "confines" of their orphanage - only to find themselves lost in a forest of confusion and unrest.
Jim corbet national park is famous for having popular and endagered Royal bengal tiger (164 population) in the sanctuary. Other than Royal Bengal tiger the park contains 488 different species of plants and wide variey of wild life elephants (200 to 300 live in the reserve), sloth bears, langurs, rhesus macaques, peacocks, schools of otters. The forest abounds with several types of deer including chital (spotted deer), sambars, hog deer and barking deer.