Flora in Panna National Park
Panna National Park, spread across the districts of Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh, is one of the best national parks in India. It is home to an incredible variety of fauna, the prime attractions being the Royal Bengal Tiger and the long-nosed gharial. However, the park is also home to an incredible variety of flora, with its dense vegetation working to enhance its beauty as a whole. Due to the prevalence of hot and dry climate, the vegetation in this region is mostly of the dry deciduous type characterized by thorny woodlands, shrubs and tall grasses. Some of the trees which are commonly found inside the park are Tendu, Achar, Seja Mahua, Saja, Salai, Bel and others.