Welcome to Camp Wild Dhauj

sloth bear conservation center


Duration: 1 Day
Price: On Request
Best Season: Oct-April

The Indian Sloth Bear (Melursus Ursinus) can without much of a stretch be perceived by his shaggy dark coat, long gag, projecting lip and by a white V-formed fix on the chest. His eating regimen comprises of organic products, berries, grasses, blossoms, nectar, creepy crawly hatchlings and different bugs. He has a specific proclivity to "vacuum" up termites and ants utilizing his long nose. For more than 400 years, the Sloth Bear had been an objective for human misuse. A migrant clan known as the Kalandars started 'moving' sloth bears for the sovereigns amid the Mughal period. Over hundreds of years, as the kingdoms in India vanished, the 'moving' bear exchange progressed to wind up amusement for villagers and sightseers who paid to watch the bears bounce in desolation..