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The Rajaji National Park got the largest Shivalik Eco-system, It is 10 million year old. It's fossils fauna include about 50 species of elephant, one of them is present today. More...
Experiencing Wildlife in the Rajaji National Park is unforgettable. Stay at Camp King Elephant/ Forest Rest House More...
Flora & Wildlife in Rajaji National Park
The Forest inside the Rajaji National Park is an ideal example of amazing Eco System and having very diverse Flora and Fauna.

Fauna in Rajaji National Park

The park has the largest population of Elephants in Uttarakhand. It also has a good number of Tigers and Leopards. Both elephants and tiger are here at the North-Western limit of their distribution in india. Wild animals found in Rajaji National Park.

Leopard
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Cobra
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Chameleon
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Barking Deer
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  Elephant Leopard
  Jungle Cat The Goat-like Goral
  Rhesus macaque Himalayan yellow throated marten
  Monitor lizard Indian hare
  Sloth bear Himalayan black bear
  King cobra Jackal
 

Barking Deer Sambhar

Wild boar
  Indian langur Tiger
  Indian Porcupine Pythons
 
The park also houses over four hundred bird species. The Great Pied Hornbill, Himalayan Pied Kingfisher and fire tailed sunbird are some of the residents of our retreat. This area is the first staging ground after the migratory birds cross over the mighty Himalayas into the Indian subcontinent

Rajaji National Park Wildlife
Flora in Rajaji National Park
The permanent vegetation of the park may be classified under the Northern Tropical Moist Deciduous Forests and can be grouped into following six types:

  Sal Forest
It dominates the Rajaji National Park
  Mixed forest
The trees like Acacia catechu(Khair), Vetiveria Zizanioides(Khus), etc.
  Riverine forest
The vegetation occurring in low water logged areas, along brooks, river beds and streambeds has developed into a riverine forest.
  Scrub forest
These forests represent degradation stage of Dry Deciduous Forests which are formed as results of adverse biotic factors like over grazing, lopping, felling and fires etc.
  Grassland
It is consist of Grasses.
  Sub-tropical Pine Forests
The area covered by this type is very small. Chir (Pinus roxburghii) occurs on higher slopes of Shiwalik, mixed with stunted Sal forest.


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Crested Serpent Eagle
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It worth million dollar to see wildlife and jungle in India, specially in Rajaji National Park.

Mr. Ivanov, Poland







 
 
 
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