Apart from birds, Tamilnadu is home for elephants, tigers, lions, leopard, deers, peacocks, snakes and even a wide variety of insects. Chennai is regarded as a hub of animal preservation centre of Tamilnadu. Chennai houses many parks like Guindy Snake Park, Vandaloor Anna Zoological park, Pallikarani Marshland Oceanography office, Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary, The Madras Crocodile Bank and Trust and many more such establishment that dedicates its time for the preservation of wild life and other important species of Tamilnadu. There are plenty of reserved forests through out Tamilnadu which has not been urbanised by the government only because of one reason, that is to preserve the wild life of Tamilnadu. Bigger animals like elephant, lion and leopard are territorial animals and usually prefer to live in a big and wild forest. Therefore it is important for the government to have a lot of forest for them so that they don’t disturb the routine life of city people. Talking about Tamilnadu tourist places hill stations it comes of great importance that there are many hill stations in Tamilnadu which is rich of forests and animals. There is a wide range of rare and extinct species still found in Tamilnadu in many hill stations like Ooty, Kodaikanal, Yercaud and many more places. The hill forest serve as a natural preservation point for these wild life which include wild boars, deers, leopards and elephants.