Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Noth Eastern Paradies of Wild Life Kaziranga National Park is Abode of Black Panther Also

Black Panther, a species of wild animal which is assumed to be found in south india only, specially in the state of Karnatka. But recently a camera trapped in the dense forest of Naorth East India, Kaziranga National Park, captured a Black Panther for the first time. the black panthor was seen only on in Anshi-Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary in Karnataka. The Panther Pardus (scientific name of black Panthor) blongs form the melanistic common leopard family
There are four animal corridors in Kaziranga national park which is popuraly known as safari zones in Jim Corbett National Park. The animal corridors are widely known as Kanchanjuri, Panbari, Amguri, and Haldibari. The Brahmaputra River flows along the northern border of the Kaziranga Park by which in monsoon season the national park get flooded.
The Kaziranga National Park (including the Kaziranga Tiger Reserve) is spread in Sonitpur, Nagaon, Golaghat and Karbi Anglong districts. The park is considered as the best destination for birding in Eastern Himalyas. You might already know that Kaziranga is the best destination to spot one horned rahino as the park has greatest population of rahinos beside the rahinos the wild buffalo species, the Royal Bengal Tigers, Asian elephants and Eastern swamp deer are also abode here.