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Sunderban Tiger Camp

The Wildlife And Other Animals

The Fauna

The Sunderbans forest inhabits more than 300 tigers. The Royal Bengal Tigers in this saline and aqua surroundings and are extremely good swimmers. The animal stock of the Sunderbans is quite varied. As you thrive to get a single glimpse of the Royal Bengal Tiger you will have a meeting with - Fishing Cats, Macaques, Wild Boar, Common Grey Mongoose, Fox, Jungle Cat, Flying Fox, Pangolin, Chital, etc. on the way.

The Avifauna

The climatic conditions at the park creates an ideal habitat for the resident as well as the foreign birds of numerous variety. You will be enthralled to find some of the popular birds in this region. The inviting - Open Billed Storks, White Ibis, Water Hens, Coots, Pheasant Tailed Jacanas, Pariah Kites, Brahminy Kites, Marsh Harriers, Swamp Partridges, Red Jungle Fowls, Spotted Doves, Common Minas, Jungle Crows, Jungle Babblers, Cotton Teals, Herring Gulls, Caspian Terns, Grey Herons, Brahminy Ducks, Spotted Billed Pelicans, Large Egrets, Night Herons, Common Snipes, Wood Sandpipers, Green Pigeons, Rose Ringed Parakeets, Paradise Flycatchers, Cormorants, Fishing Eagles, White Bellied Sea Eagles, Seagulls, Common Kingfishers, Peregrine falcons, Woodpeckers, Wimbles, Black-Tailed Godwits, Little Stints, Eastern Knots, Curlews, Golden Plovers, Pintails, White Eyed Pilchards and Whistling Teals will make your trip to Sunderbans extremely delightful.

The Aqua fauna & The Reptiles

Some of the fish and amphibians found in the parks are Saw Fish, Butter Fish, Electric Rays, Silver Carp, Star Fish, Common Carp, Crabs, Prawn, Shrimps, Gangetic dolphins, Skipping Frogs, Common Toads and Tree Frogs. The number of reptiles is excellent here that are found within its complex. Some of the most commonly seen are - Olive Ridley Turtles, Sea Snakes, Dog Faced Water Snakes, Green Turtles, Estuarine Crocodiles, Chameleons, King Cobras, Salvatore Lizards, Hard Shelled Batgun Terrapins, Russell’s Vipers, Mouse Ghekos, Monitor Lizards, Curviers, Hawks Bill Turtles, Pythons, Common Kraits, Chequered Keelbacks and Rat Snakes.


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