Guru Ghasidas National Park was the last known habitat of the Asiatic cheetah in the country.
It connects Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh and provides a corridor for tigers to move between the Bandhavgarh (Madhya Pradesh) and Palamau Tiger Reserves (Jharkhand).
Guru Ghasidas National Park:
Named after the Satnami reformist hero of the place, Guru Ghasidas, is the result of the carving of Chhattisgarh from Madhya Pradesh in the year of 2000. It is located in the Koriya district of Chhattisgarh.
The park has undulating topography and it falls under the Tropical climate zone.
Flora: The vegetation consists mainly of mixed deciduous forest with teak, sal and bamboo trees.