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Kaziranga Facts

Kaziranga Facts

Everyone, be it a regular tourist or occasional traveler, who has ever been to the incredibly diverse Kaziranga National Park would vouch for the unparalleled livestock of nature and its products present in this wildlife sanctuary/reserve which is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Such is the importance of this park that it was declared a World Heritage site by the UNESCO. The reasons behind Kaziranga being a heritage to the globe because of the following facts based reasons which are unique only with Kaziranga National Park and are not frequent with different other national parks of India but, only with Kaziranga.

  • This National park is one of the most unique wildlife parks of India considering the fact that it is not just a preserved area for some of the highly endangered species of animals but also a experimental breeding and populating ground habitat for many cross breeds of rare species of animals. Because, the area of this national park is very huge and population density of animals has a wide scope to be distributed, this wildlife reserve can be home for many more endangered species discovered all over the world. Kaziranga National Park is home to the largest number of Indian One Horned Rhinos in the world which attracts tourists from all over the world to get a load of this rare creature for real. The rhinoceros is the real star of the park and the site of this endangered species is truly gracious

  • Kaziranga has one of the very last populations of truly wild Asian water buffalo and also provides the world’s greatest habitat to wild buffaloes. Although these creatures are not as rare as the one-horned rhinos or the Asian water buffaloes, the fact that Kaziranga provides the largest habitat to them makes it a major attraction for any tourist paying a visit to this National Park.

  • Kaziranga is said to have about 86 tigers, which makes it an area having the highest density of tigers in the world (1 every 5 sq. km, 2000 census). As tourists seldom see these tigers due to the dense tall grass, the one who gets to catch even a glimpse of them considers themselves real lucky.

  • Kaziranga has almost 478 species of birds (both migratory and resident). Very few of us know that Kaziranga National Park has been identified as an Important Bird Area (IBA) by Birdlife International for it has been conserving the bird species. It’s a habitat to many rare faunas.

  • Kaziranga hosts a rich and diverse population of almost 42 species of fish, 9 species of amphibians, 27 species of reptiles and 35 species of mammal, making the national park one of the richest wildlife habitats.

  • Kaziranga National Park is undoubtedly one of the oldest and most popular National Parks of India. For many decades, this park has been bringing fame and glory to the state of Assam, not to mention the peerless contribution that it has made to the state’s tourism industry. Truly, Kaziranga National Park is a pristine beauty and a must visit for anyone seeking contentment amidst adventure.

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