India is a paradise for wildlife seekers and East India wildlife sanctuaries are the jewel of the Indian wildlife. It is situated around the eastern part of Himalayas and plains made by Brahamputra and Ganga .The East India Wildlife Sanctuaries are notable for their, uniqueness, rare and varied flora and fauna. Some of the most endangered species of animals such as one-horned Rhinoceros; Bengal Tigers etc. can be explored only in the jungles of East India.
Kaziranga National Park - Located in the heart of Assam on the bank of majestic Brahamputra, Kaziranga National Park is home for world's largest one-horned rhinoceroses as well as many mammals, tigers, elephants, panthers and bird It is expanded around 430 square km area and declared as National Park in 1940. It is also included as World heritage site by UNESCO.
Orange National park-It is located at north bank of Brahmputra River, also known as mini Kaziranga. It covers an area of 78.81 sq km and notable for its scenic beauty that attracts the tourist from all over the world. It has been established in 1985 and declared as national park in 1999. It is home to different type of endangered mammals which include one-horned rhinoceros, elephants, leopard, sambar, barking deer, tiger, varieties of water birds, green pigeon, florican, teels, gease, etc. The Orang national park is also notable for the migratory birds which used to come from far places like American and Siberian milky white pelicans.
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