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Wildlife in Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park Ranthambore National Park is home to a rich and diverse collection of wildlife. The Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary is a nature lover's delight. Amateur and professional wildlife photographers will find many opportunities to take pictures of the rare and unique wildlife at Ranthambore wildlife reserve. The dry deciduous forests and scrub jungle across the Ranthambore National Park provide the deer and other herbivorous animals in Ranthambore with enough greenery to graze on through the year. The herbivores form the prey for the predators of Ranthambore such as leopards and the impressive Royal Bengal Tiger.

Naturalists studying the fauna of Ranthambore National Park have recorded over 30 species of mammals and over 300 species of birds as resident species. The animals of Ranthambore National Park are native to the dry deciduous forest environment. The wildlife in Ranthambore National Park includes many species of herbivores such as Chital or spotted Deer, Sambhar, Nilgai, Chinkara or Blackbuck and Gazelles. Other mammals include wild boar, sloth bear, mongoose, Indian hare and porcupines. There are many species of monkeys in Ranthambore National Park. The monkey species include, Hanuman Langurs or common langurs and macaques. Bats flying foxes and civet cats are seen at night. Predator species of animals in Ranthambore National Park include jackals, Jungle cat, Leopard and Tigers. Monitor lizards and many species of snakes including cobras and kraits are commonly found reptiles in Ranthambore. Crocodiles are also seen in the swamps and lakes of Ranthambore and prey on the deer as they come to the edge of the lakes to drink.

The largest populations of animals at Ranthambore are of the herbivorous deer and antelope species. The tiger population consists of around 36 tigers and there are also around 40 leopards at Ranthambore. The wildlife in Ranthambore can be seen on jeep safaris around the park. The animals of Ranthambore are clearly visible through the dry deciduous vegetation. The jeeps maintain a certain distance so that the animals are not unduly disturbed. You can enjoy seeing the wildlife in Ranthambore National Park on Ranthambore safari tours with India Wildlife Tours.

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