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About Jim Corbett Fauna
If you enjoy amidst nature, then Corbett is for you. Jim Corbett National Park is a well-known place in the fauna kingdom and is blessed with completely unique fauna over here. Corbett’s fame is due to its exotic wildlife and endangered species. This is one of the oldest national parks in India. Established and developed in the year 1963 by the late Jim Corbett. Corbett is a home to more than 580 species of birds, including migratory and resident both. 39 species of reptiles and 8 species of fishes and amphibians.
The main highlights of this tiger reserve are Royal Bengal Tigers which are available in abundance but there are many more like crocodiles and leopards. Corbett is a natural habitat for these faunae because the forest is dense and thick, there are much praise for them and the flow of the Ramganga River.
Elephants can be seen in summers as they walk in herds. Jim Corbett is a house about 600 approx. elephants. Visitors can easily spot the group of elephants while taking a safari ride in the jungle.
Leopards can easily locate in hilly areas of the jungle. Other creatures inside the Jim Corbett like Jungle Cat, Leopard cat, and other mammals including such as hogs, boars, sloths, sambas, pangolins, elephants, Langurs, and gorals. The presence of Himalayan black bears, black bucks, yellow-throated martens, spotted deer, and India Mongoose is the beauty of Jim Corbett Park.
Royal Bengal Tigers, Hog Deer, Asiatic Bear, Sambar deer, barking Deer, Asiatic Elephants, yellow-throated marten, Indian pangolin, Himalayan Goral, chital deer.
Pallas Fish Eagle, Rosy Minivet, Bright-headed Cisticola, White-tailed Ruby throat, the Darter, Cormorants, the Grey Heron, Egrets, the White-necked, Tawny Fish, and Spot-bellied Eagle Owl.
Graylag Geese, White Storks, Great Crested Grebe, Sandpipers, Snipe, the Great Black-Headed Gull.
ABOUT JIM CORBETT FLORA
Jim Corbett National Park has their own special flora which has fresh water and alpine. The dense and moist forest has more than 600 species of Sal Forest, Charus, Khair -Sisso, Dhak, Bakil, Bel, Ber, Bamboo, and Khingam which covers about 70 percent of the entire forest region, and other than this 10 percent of the area is covered by grassland only.
Some of the main trees are Sal, Sissoo, and Khair. Much other flora contributes to the diversity here. Pine is the only authentic spices found in the area of the park and is found on ridge-tops like ChinChoti. On the aerial level near Kanda, Banj Oak has easily seen and this is a Himalayan species. Palm species are Date Palm found open in a light area. Other tree species mix of Bel, Kusum, Mahua, and Bakil.
Jim Corbett is having a dark and dense color tone from the flowering trees. which include Kachnar with pink and white flowers, Semal with big red blooms, Dhak or the Flame-of-the-forest with bright orange flowers, Madaar or Indian Coral with scarlet red flowers, and Amaltas with bright yellow flowers.
There are more than 60 well-known species of grasses in Jim Corbett National Park. The Species include Kansi, Chaurs, Themeda, Tiger Grass, Khus Khus, and Spear Grass with sharp edges that stick to clothes and can easily cut the skin.
Male Bamboo is a leading species of bamboo inhabiting the Jim Corbett. The tree has mass stout stems as well as shining papery stem sheaths. All the bamboo trees flower together and after flowering, fruiting, and seed dispersal, all suffer quietus.
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