Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett is the oldest National Park in India and is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. It spans an area of about 1,300 sq. km - including about 500 sq. km of core area and 800 sq. km of buffer area. The core area forms the Corbett National park while the buffer area contains the Sonanadi wildlife sanctuary and reserve forests. With altitudes at ranging from 400 meters to 1,200 meters above sea level, there is a rich variety of habitats for wildlife. Corbett Reserve has the explicit ranges of flora and fauna and so it is being distinguished; when nature lovers explore about 488 different ranges of plants like Bel, Chbilla, Dhak, Bakli, Pula, Bamboo,Semal, Khingan, Sal, Khair, Sissoo, Ber, Kuthber, Kharpat, Rohini. Along with that the presence of surprising elements of faunas by bestowing at least 33 different species of reptiles, 7 different species of amphibians, around 7 different species of fish and 37 different species of dragonflies can also be recognized here. Corbett National Park receives thousands of visitors every year.
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