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The general idea behind the name Rajasthan is – ‘The Desert’. The city is rich in wildlife from tiger to leopard deer, monkeys, reptiles, and many other animals. Rajasthan also has a collection of miscellaneous birds.

One of the well-known desert found in Rajasthan is the Thar Desert. The desert does not have oasis and the characteristics of sand dunes is saline. One of the natural features of Rajasthan is the Aravalli Mountains. Aravalli’s are thickly populated and they serve as a home or birds and animals.

Rajasthan is a landscape consisting of hard-topped plateaus made from tough compact rocks. Crocodiles are usually seen in large shallow lakes in the desert state.

There are three National Parks and multitudinous sanctuaries. The parks and sanctuaries are open for visitors but they are closed during the monsoon season. The wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan offer some of the best wildlife tours in India and can be explored either by jeep or on elephant back.
Bharatpur Bird Sancturary

The park supports a population of 375 species of birds, numerous mammals and reptiles. With the onset of winter, migratory birds from all over world come here.


Mount Abut Sanctuary

The highest point of Aravalis, the Guru Shikhar, lies in this 289 sq km sanctuary. Established in 1960,this provides shelter to the common langaur, wild boar, sambhar and leopard.


Ranthambhore National Park

The rare Indian tigers are seen in Ranthambore National Park.


Sariska Tiger Reserve

Sariska wildlife Sanctuary is part of the Project Tiger. The Sanctuary extends over an area of 800 sq. kms, and has a wide spectrum and rich population of wildlife.


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