The Western Ghats, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located in India.
It is one of the ten “Hottest biodiversity hotspots” in the world. It claims to have a mammal species of about 139 or above, flowering plants of about 7,400 species, 288 species of freshwater fish, 508 bird species and 179 species of amphibians.
Some claims of a chance that many of the undiscovered species live in the Western Ghats. We can find at least a total of 325 species which are globally threatened; in the Western Ghats.