Aug 11 Indian Wildlife

Rajasthan is a place with lots of unique and gorgeous species of wildlife. Rajasthan is one of the many attractive states of India. Rajasthan has a wonderful wildlife and is the house of a number of unique mammals and birds. The state is recognized for its plants and fauna and residence to many famed and mainly wild sanctuaries and Parks of India. Rajasthan offers half green forests of Mount Abu, and also the arid deciduous spike forest of Aravali t Bharatpur. Rajasthan prides itself on three national parks and over a dozen sanctuaries. For those interested in adventure, these wildlife sanctuaries of Rajasthan give the type of thrill that actually makes the adrenaline flood. 

The Ranthambhor National Park positioned at the edge of the external border of the Thar Desert and bounded by the Vindhya and Aravali hill ranges. It is mainly a well recognized tiger keep under Project Tiger. Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary is a quite new sanctuary, it was established in 1983 and covers a total area of 229 sq km of scrub and arid deciduous forest. 

The Desert National Park is positioned at a distance of 40kms, from Jaisalmer. The park is crowded with wildlife and a few of the local species.

The Gajner wildlife Sanctuary is positioned at a distance of 32 kms. From the city of Bikaner. There is a shining pond in the sanctuary . 

The Jaisamand Sanctuary is famed for deer, wild boar, panther, four horned antelope, chital, chinkara and numerous avian species. Its sanctuary was established in the year 1957 by a park of 160 sq.kms. 

The Keoladeo Ghana National Park is located at just 7 kms absent from the city of Bharatpur. Sariska National Park was confirmed in 1955. The park has increased to over 479 square Kms.

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