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Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is considered one of the largest national parks in India, situated in Sawai Madhupur district of Rajasthan. The park was declaration as the Tiger Reserve forest in 1973 and obtained the title of National Park in 1980. In Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary, you can easily spot out Bengal tigers during the daytime. In an area of 392 Kilometer Square, you can catch the most vulnerable wildlife of the national park such as Sambar, Nilgai, Leapard, Hyena, Chital, Wild boar, Sloth Bear, etc. and a range of plants, birds, trees and reptiles. Across the park, several lakes are running which boast the beauty of the park; Padm talab, Rajbagh and Malik Talab are three biggest lakes, which are you can see inside the park.