Incredible India conducts wildlife photography contest
Incredible India conducts wildlife photography contest

Incredible India Calls For Entries For Photography Contest

July 1, 2020

A big opportunity for wildlife photographers as Incredible India brings forward a photography contest for the photo enthusiasts across the world.

A Hoolock Gibbon, Snow Leopard or Brow-Antlered Deer- shoot anyone among the three beautiful creatures and submit it to take part in the wildlife photography contest of Incredible India.

"Grab this chance to showcase your photography skills! Incredible India is running a small campaign on India's amazing Wildlife where you can submit your best clicks of any of these three rare beauties: Hoolock Gibbon, Snow Leopard, Brow-antlered Deer," Incredible India tweeted on Wednesday.


"Tag us in your image or directly message us the original one," the tweet added.

"The best ones will go on all our feeds of all Social Media Platforms," it further said.

"We look forward to your contribution in making our wildlife heritage known to the world!" the tweet concluded.


The photography contest is open for each and everyone and to take part one just needs to follow the guidelines described above.

There are no specific guidelines cited by the organisers and for further query, one can directly contact the organisers on their social media handles, especially Twitter.

This is one of the many steps taken by the union ministry of tourism to showcase the vivacity of the Indian tourism sector, especially the Indian wildlife.

Hoolock Gibbon, Snow Leopard and Brow-Antlered Deer are three of the most endangered species of animals in India and the photography campaign aims to create awareness about them.

In India, Hoolock Gibbons are found only in the northeast- especially in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.

Snow leopards in India are mostly found in Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.

There are about 450-500 snow leopards in the Indian forests.

The brow-antlered deer also called as Sangai is found in Keibul Lamjao National Park in Manipur and is largely seen over the floating biomass in the South Eastern part of Loktak Lake inside the park.

It is one of the highly endangered species of animal in the country.

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