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Study of Rajaji National Park

This section is for scientist as well as persons who want to study myriad of information about Rajaji National Park's Flora and Fauna, We along with many scientist belonging to WWF and BNHS run several programs to conduct study specially on Asiatic Tusker Elephant, but study is not just confined to Elephas maximus spp but cover whole diversified Flora as well as Fauna available in Rajaji National Park.

Scope of Study Rajaji National Park
  Area Statement of Rajaji National Park More
  Water Resources in Rajaji National Park More
  List of Mammals in Rajaji National Park More
  List of Bird in Rajaji National Park More
  List of Reptiles in Rajaji National Park More
  List of Flora in Rajaji National Park More


Mammals' List of Rajaji National Park
No. Sub Class Family Species English Name Local Habits & Habitat
1 Eutheria Felidae (Cat) Panthera tigris Binnaeus Tiger Bagh (Sher) Prey, Mostly on Deers, Pig etc.
Noctornal in Habit.
2 - do - - do - Panthera pardus Linnaaus Panther or Leopard Baghera or Guldar Prey on Cattle deer, Monkey, Pig Langoor dog, Porcupine and some time even on birds or reptiles.
Noctornal in Habit.
3 - do - - do - Felis Bengalensis Leopard Cat Ban bilao or Chita billi Nocturnal in Habit & Prey on small Animals, Birds, Lizards in forests & are destructive of poultry in the neighbourhood of villages.
4 - do - - do - Felis chaus affinis Jungle cat Jungli billi Prey on Birds & Destructive of eggs of birds.
5 - do - Vivernidae Vivernicula Indica Welhi Fecock The small Indian Civet Malpusa Prefers areas along grass or scrub to live in, nocturnal in habit & preys on rates squirrel small birds lizards etc.
6 - do - Herpestedae Herpestes edwardsi nyula Hodgson Common Mongoosa Neola Destructive to the eggs & chicks of the red jungle fowl the peafowl, the partridges and other ground nesting birds.
7 Eutheria Hyena Hyaena Hyaena Linnaeus Striped hyena Lakarbagha Nocturnal in habit and scavanger by profession. Usually feed on carcass & occasionally preys on sheep & goats calves and stray dogs.
8 - do - Cinadae (dog family) Vulpes bengalen sis shaw Indian fox Lomari Feeds on small mammals reptiles and insects including terminates and white ants.
9 - do - - do - Canis aureus indicus Hodgson The Jackal Gidar Can live in any environment humid dry. Usually come out at dusk and retire at dawn does considerable damage to wild life by killing birds and destroying eggs.
10 - do - - do - Cuon alpinus primaevus Hodgson Wild dog Ban kutta Very destructive animal haunting in packs, all forest animals including the tiger, are scared of these ferocious & blood thirsty animals.
11 - do - Bear family Mehersus urnisus Shaw Sleth bear Bhalloo Food consists of honey wild figs, jamun, bel etc., Termites are it’s favourite food. The animal is vegetarian by habit.
12 - do - Weasal family Lutra Lutra Linnaeus Smooth Indian Otter Udbilao Very destructive to flash.
13 Eutheria Rodents family Hystrix Indica Kerr Indian Percupine Sehi It causes some minor damage to plantation specially to young semal and sissoo plants whose succulent roots are it’s favourite.
14 - do - - do - Lupus nigrisoilis Indian Hare Khargosh Eat leaves, grasses & wild fruits.
15 - do - Pig family Sus sacrofa wild boar Indian Wild Boar Suar Cause damage to young plantation as well as young natural seedlings by digging out the roots of young plants. However, damage is not much.
16 - do - Elephant diac Elephant maximum indicus Indian Elephant Hathi Prefers moving in area covered with tall forests where the ground is hilly or undulating. The elep- hants are doing damage to forests as well as plantations but they are not yet & manace.
17 - do - Family Antelopes Neporhaedus goral Harwicks The Goral Ghural Ghural is stocky goat like animal & keeps in the cliffs of the big river gorses and rocky precepitious grounds.
18 - do - - do - Boselaphus tragocamelus plallus Blue bull Nilgai Nilgai is some what horse like in build. It avoids dense forests and usually keeps to open areas and grass land bordering villages.
19 Eutheria Deer Axis Axis Erxleben Spotted deer Chital Move in large hards.
20 - - do - Muntiaeus muntjak zimmrmami Barking deer Kakar The food consist of Various leaves grasses and wild fruits, move singly or in pair.
21 - - do - - do - Axis percinus Hog deer Para Prefers grassy blanks.
22 - - do - Cervus unicolor The sambhar Sambhar High forests are favorite haunts of sambhar. Its food consists of grass leaves and various kind of wild fruits. the sambhar brouse natural regeneration of sal.
23 - Monkey Macaca mulatca zimmermann Monkey or Macaques Lal bander The animal is quarrel some and noisy inquarrel some nature.
24 - do - - do - Preshytes entellus Durfresna Ape Langur Generally inhabit the most miscel aneous forest where they feed on the leaves and fruits of the tall trees occuring in such forests. There is certain amount of symbiotic relantionship with chital. If both species are present in a forest, chital herbs would usually be found to be moving with Langurs.
25 - - Martes planigula planigula boddairt Yellow throated martin Chitroll Very destructive to birds their eggs and young chicks
Please note that we do not take any responsibility about the veracity of this data, Please corroborate it with official data.




 
 
 
 
 
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