The Mugger crocodile is India's most common species. They are not as long as saltwater crocodiles. Their average size is about 13–14 feet. Until the British colonised India, crocodiles were never critically endangered. Afterwards, an Indian-British biologist named Romulas Whittaker established the Madras crocodile bank for conservation and breeding of crocodiles. Now, there are thousands of crocodiles in Madras crocodile bank alone. Although, in rest of India, one can still see crocodiles in wild - in rivers and national parks. Even today, there is a huge lack of information about these
Bharatpur Beach is one of the popular beaches in the region of Andaman and Nicobar Island. The chief attraction of the place is the beautiful lush green vegetation and fishes. This destination is very famous place for activities like coral watching and swimming and an apt destination to enjoy the vacations with family.
The Kettuvallom (Houseboats in Kerala) was a large floating formation with high load carrying capacity in a element of Kerala's culture and heritage. Kettuvallom transports goods from the isolated and interior villages of Kerala Backwater areas to the merchant towns like Alleppey, Kollam, Cochin and Kottayam Areas. The main mode of water transport was Kettuvalloms. And still in Kerala people depends plenty models of valloms (boats) for transportation farming and tourism.