On the border with the Park Kaziranga situated Manas, separating the territory of India from Bhutan. The name of this old park of the same name gave the river, what flowing here, which in turn is named after the Indian goddess of snakes. On the territory of Bhutan reserve zone continues, changing only the name, there is a Royal Park. There are no restrictions other than a wide river is not here, so park residents can cross the border as often as they want. In addition, the park is located in the foothills of the Himalayas, and the snow-white peaks emphasize the charm green Manas National Park.
Manas national park Assam is the habitat of rare animals and plants. The territory of the park consists of rainforests, savannas and tropical grasslands and forests, which, however, there are very rare. Often meadows and woods crossed by small rivers. A very rare sight in the park is a swamp. But visitors to the National Park are striking in the first place, is not it beautiful landscapes, and flora and fauna. In the park there are very rare plants, of which there are more than two hundred species. One of them, in particular, wood Kanchan. Its peculiarity lies in the fact that during the flowering period of the entire tree trunk is covered with beautiful little flowers of pinkish hue.
This tree is not anywhere to be found, because it cannot reproduce by seeds. Manas Sanctuary serves not only as a national park, but also as a Tiger Reserve and the Reserve of elephants. Manas National Park Assam is a place inhabited by rare species of golden langur, as well as a large population of tigers living here. Among the other members of the animal kingdom can also be isolated endangered species bristly rabbits, pygmy hog and Manipur bush quail, which is generally a few decades ago was considered extinct. The total amount in the reserve Manas live 22 species of rare and endangered animals, 55 species of mammals, 36 species of reptiles, 450 species of birds, as well as three species of amphibians.
Mammalian species is represented by a tiger, clouded leopard, bear, panda, langurs, elephants, gibbons, sambar, rhino, swamp deer and sika, muntjac deer, giant squirrel and Gauri. Among the reptiles can distinguish various snakes, lizards, turtles, crocodiles.
Manas National Park Assam is represented a variety of flora and fauna of the most exotic types
Throughout the park run a lot of rivers, creeks and streams. Water streams cross the forest, dissect a glades and flowing further nourish the soil, giving life to plants and animals. The park is home to 22 species of rare and endangered animals, 55 species of mammals, 36 species of reptiles, 450 species of birds and 3 species of amphibians. In addition to the listed bristly rabbit and dwarf pigs to extremely rare animals include Manipur shrub partridge. Among the mammals are found here: langur, gibbon, clouded leopard, tiger, panda, bear, elephant, rhino, swamp deer, sambar, deer, muntjac, sika deer, gaur and a giant squirrel.
Among the representatives of the world of the night here, you can meet the flying dogs. All day they were a whole bunch of hanging upside down, having chosen any tree. Also at Manas you can find turtles, lizards, a variety of snakes, crocodile gavial and fluvial Gangetic dolphin (susuka). The main attraction among the birds is great hornbill, two subspecies of which: mottled and gray are also found here.