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Wildlife in India ? Activities ? Intrude the Indian Rhino Kingdom
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Intrude the Rhino Kingdom of India
The best option one has got to check out the Great one horned Indian Rhino is to visit the state of Assam, popularly known as the "Land of the Rhino". The most famous Rhinoceros habitats not only in the eastern part of India, but also in the whole of Asia are the Kaziranga National Park and Manas Tiger Reserve.
Famous Rhino Lands in India
Bura-Chapuri Wildlife Sanctuary
Bura-Chapori is a magnificent wildlife sanctuary situated on the north bank of the river Brahmaputra in Sonitpur district. It is also considered to be the ideal habitat for Bengal Florican.
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Dibru-Saikhowa National Park
Located on the alluvial flood plains of Brahmaputra in Upper Assam neighboring Arunachal is a biosphere reserve called Dibru Saikhowa National Park Its also an orchid paradise besides being a home to numerous wild animals and birds.
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Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary
The land of Rhino is counted among the two major wild pockets, the only surviving habitats of this prehistoric survivor in India.
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Lakhowa Wildlife Sanctuary
Regarded as one of the rich and diverse wildlife area of Assam till 1980s, Lakhowa Sanctuary is located in the Nagaon district. It also has quite a decent number of Rhino population.
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Manas Tiger Reserve
Assam is the state of the Great One Horned Rhino. Beside the Kaziranga there's Manas another habitat of the Rhino's, located in one of the remotest region among the foothills of Himalayas.
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Milroy Or Pabha Sanctuary
This splendid wildlife reserve even if doesn't have many faunal varieties to offer, still it possesses the most coveted one, the Wild Water Buffalo. This sanctuary has been exclusively built for the protection of the wild water buffalo.
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Nameri National Park
Nameri is the second Tiger reserve of Assam, situated at the foothills of eastern Himalayas. The hilly backdrop, deciduous and the river Jia Bhoroli have added a unique natural charm to it.
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Orang Wildlife Sanctuary
Also known as Mini Kaziranga, Orang main wild attractions include the One-Horned Rhinoceros, Elephants, Leopard, Sambar, Barking Deer, Tiger, Varieties Of Water Birds, Green Pigeon, and Florican.
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Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary
Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary was declared a reserve forest in 1971 mainly because of the few Rhinos that were found in this region prior to the year 1971. The sanctuary has a flat terrain with a gentle east to west inclination excluding Burha-Mayong hillock.
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Sonai Rupai Wildlife Sanctaury
Covering a slightly larger area than the Pabha Sanctuary, the Sonai Rupai is quite a wonderful wildlife hub of Assam. And its insured among its wild treasure not only the exotic wildlife but also the scenic beauty that surround its boundaries.
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