what kind of habitats do theese wild animals live in? and what are some endangerd species in india?
Popular mammals include the Elephant, the famous white lions and some common lions, the Royal Bengal Tiger, Rhinos, Wild Bisons some varieties from the cat family, deer, monkeys, wild goats, etc. Elephants are found in the sparsely populated hill areas of Karnataka, Kerala and Orissa.
A variety of deer and antelope species can be seen, but these are now mostly confined to the protected areas because of competition with domestic animals and the effects of their diseases. They include graceful Indian gazelles (chinkaras); Indian antelopes (blackbucks); diminutive, four-homed ante- lopes (chowsinghas); large and ungainly looking blue bulls (nilgais); rare swamp deer (barasinghas); sambars, India's largest deer; beautiful spotted deer (chitals); the larger barking deer (muntjacs); and the tiny mouse deer (chevrotains). Also seen are wild buffaloes, massive Indian bisons (gaurs), shaggy sloth bears, striped hyenas, wild pigs, jackals, Indian foxes, wolves, and Indian wild dogs (dhole), which resembles giant foxes but roam in packs in forests.
Lions are found in the rocky hills and forests of the Gir area of Gujarat, Tigers in the Sunderbans and the Brahmaputra valley. The famous Project Tiger is a scheme financed by the government of India to safeguard the tiger in its habitat in nine selected reserves. Indian Fauna also include the wild ass of Rajasthan, Nilgiri Langur, Lion-tailed macaque, Nilgiri mongoose and Malaber civer of the southern hills and the spotted deer. Leopards are found in many forests, Wolves roam the open country. Cheetahs are found in the Deccan plateau.
India is blessed with over 2000 species and sub-species of birds. The diverse birdlife of the forests includes large hornbills, serpent eagles and fishing owls, as well as the elegant national bird, the peacock. Waterbirds, such as herons, ibises, storks, cranes, pelicans and others, are seen not only in parks but at numerous special waterbird sanctuaries. These sanctuaries contain large breeding colonies, and are of great importance for the countless numbers of migrating birds which visit India annually.
Bird-Life in India is rich and colorful. The birds include the beautiful Peacock to the Parrots, and thousands of immigrant birds. Other common Indian birds are pheasants, geese ducks, mynahs, parakeets, pigeons, cranes, and hornbills. India now maintains 80 national parks, 441 wildlife sanctuaries and 35 zoological gardens.
Among the other wildlife are over 500 species of reptiles and amphibians, including magnificent king cobras, pythons, crocodiles, large freshwater tortoises and monitor lizards. There are also 10,000 insect species. including large and colourful butlerflies.
A huge number of snake varieties, lizards and crocodiles account for the reptile count. Snakes include the deadly King cobras to the equally poisonous Kraits. Scorpions and insects are aplenty in this country. Disease carrying mosquitoes and destructive locusts are to be found. Useful insects include the bees, silkworms and the Lac insect.
Habitats in India
Asiatic Golden Cat (Felis temmincki) Asiatic Lion (Panthera leo persica) Asiatic Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus venaticus) thought to be Extinct now in India Indian Wild Ass or Khur (Equus hemionus khur) Asiatic Wild Dog/ Dhole (Cuon alpinus) Asiatic Black Bear (Selenarctos thibetanus) Banteng (Bos javanicus) Bengal Fox (Vulpes bengalensis) Brow-antlered Deer (Cervus eldi eldi) Brown Bear (Ursus arctos) Jerdon's Palm Civet (Paradoxurus jerdoni) Clawless Otter (Amblonyx cinereus) Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) Common Otter (Lutra lutra) Desert Cat (Felis libyca ornate) Dugong/ Seacow (Dugong dugon) Ganges River Dolphin (Platanista gangetica) Gaur (Bos gaurus) Golden Langur (Trachypithecus geei) Goral (Nemorhaedus goral) Indian Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) Grey Wolf/ Indian Wolf (Canis lupus) Himalayan W-toothed Shrew (Crocidura attenuate)  Himalayan Marten (Martes flavigula) Himalayan Musk Deer (Moschus chrysogaster) Sikkim large-clawed Shrew (Soriculus nigrescens) Hispid Hare (Caprolagus hispidus) Hoolock Gibbon (Hylobates hoolock) Indian Elephant (Elephas maximus) Indian Wild Ass (Equus hemionus khur) Jackal (Canis aureus) Kashmir Stag/ Hangul (Cervus affinis hanglu) Leopard (Panthera pardus) Lesser Panda (Ailurus fulgens) Lion-tailed Macaque (Macaca silenus) Malabar Civet (Viverra civettina) Marbled Cat (Felis marmorata) Markhor (Capra falconeri) Nayan (Ovis ammon hodgsoni) Nilgiri Langur (Presbytis johni) Nilgiri Marten (Martes gwatkinsi) Nilgiri Tahr (Hemitragus hylocrius) Phayre's Langur (Trachypithecus phayrei)  Pygmy Hog (Sus salvanius) Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes montana) Rusty-spotted Cat (Prionailurus rubiginosa) Serow (Nemorhaedus sumatraensis) Sloth Bear (Melursus ursinus ) Smooth Indian Otter (Lutrogale perspicillata) Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) Stump-tailed Macaque (Macaca arctoides) Swamp Deer/ Barasingha (Cervus duvauceli duvauceli) Takin (Budorcas taxicolor) Tibetan Wild Ass (Equus hemionus kiang) Tiger (Panthera tigris)
Because it's naughty, and forbidden, and come on no-one can resist the forbidden. If a sign says don't touch, you're gonna touch it.
http://funadvice.com/r/3k782jan4j there's a website or just google it
LOL sorry wrong question ha ha I dunno how I did that
elephants, tigers monkeys..