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India: Kaziranga National Park


Kaziranga National Park represents one of the last unmodified natural areas in the northeast region of India. Covering 42,996 hectares and located in the state of Assam, it is the largest intact and representative area of the floodplains of the Brahmaputra valley.

The fluctuations in the waters of the Brahmaputra provide spectacular examples of riparian and fluvial processes in this vast area of wet alluvial meadows of tall grass interspersed with numerous wide, shallow pools fringed with reeds, clumps of deciduous trees and semi-forests. evergreen. Kaziranga is considered one of the best wildlife refuges in the world. The park’s contribution to saving India’s one-horned rhino from the brink of extinction at the dawn of the 20th century has restored the largest population of this species, which is a spectacular conservation achievement. The property is also home to a large number of other endangered species such as the tiger, elephant, wild water buffalo and bear, as well as aquatic species such as the Ganges dolphin. It is an important area for migratory birds.

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