Ranthambore: Touring a Learning Destination

Posted on Mar 09, 2023 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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All the national parks have some exciting elements in them. Right now, we are talking about Ranthambore. This national park in Ranthambore is exciting and full of wonder and wildlife. There are so many hidden secrets in this park that you might not be able to see at first sight. Ranthambore is home to seventy-one tigers currently.

Many animals such as gazelles, tigers, nilgai, leopards, and Indian paradise flycatchers reside in Ranthambore. The national park is home to these animals. Do you know that tigers mark their area with urine? It’s their way to claim an area. Every tiger has a different face marking and you can differentiate between a male and female tiger by observing their body and mark size.

The park is situated on the plateau that lies between the hills of the Aravali and Vindhya Ranges. Ranthambore has many activities to offer, one of them is the jungle safari. We went on a jungle safari. You can spot different species of animals in their natural habitats in this park. It is very rare to spot tigers so we crossed our fingers. Such sights are a once-in-a-lifetime thing. Do you know that tigers are solitary animals except for mating? They belong to the cat family. They love to swim in ponds to freshen up or to take a bath.

Ranthambore is a glorious national park with a lot of diversity. All the animals, ranging from peacocks to leopards are present here. This national park’s lush green trees stand tall on the mountains and attract tourists from all over the globe.

Writen By Samaira Sharma, Tinnaya Dua (Shiv Nadar School Sector 26A, Gurugram).


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