Home to some of the most rare and endangered species of animals in the world, national parks in East India are a joy to the wildlife enthusiast. Owing to a rich and diverse plant life and vegetation, these national parks also offer a wonderful experience to nature lovers.
Two of the most visited national parks of East India are the Sunderbans National Park and the Kaziranga National Park. Overflowing with tourists every years, these parks are a great tourist attraction.
Sunderbans National Park
Sunderbans is the world's largest delta and mangrove forest, is formed by the merging of three rivers - the Ganga, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna. The region boasts of a 2,585 sq km wildlife sanctuary - the largest estuarine sanctuary in the world, and is a must visit site.
Royal Bengal Tiger, Fishing Cats, Macaques, Wild Boar, Common Grey Mongoose, Fox, Jungle Cat, Flying Fox, Pangolin, Chital, are found in abundance in the Sunderbans.
Kaziranga National Park A world heritage site, Kaziranga is situated in Assam and is popular for being a home to two-thirds of the world's Great One-horned Rhinoceroses. Nestled in a rich mix of forests and grasslands, the park provides a natural habitat to several species of mammals, birds and reptiles.
Water Buffalo, Eastern Swamp Deer, Gaur, Sambar, Indian Tigers, Leopards, Small Indian Civets, Bengal Fox, Golden Jackal, Sloth Bear, Chinese And Indian Pangolins, Badgersblyth's Kingfisher, White-Bellied Heron, Dalmatian And Spot-Billed Pelicans, Spotted Greenshanks And Black-Bellied Terns, Monocled Cobras, Russell's Viper, and Monitor Lizards are few of the many species of animals here.
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