Manas in Assam is spread throughout an area of 391 sq km, it was formerly known as North Kamrup's statue and the shrine December 1, 1928. It was agreed the state of the world heritage site in 1985.

Wildlife: Manas contains 19 of India 's most endangered animal populations. Has the largest population of tigers among Indian reserves. It is home to a rare golden Langur. The prominent fauna here is the rhinoceros, wild buffalo, elephant, the gaur, swamp deer, the capsule and the leopard Langur cloudy. The park's main highlight is the giant hornbill, two subspecies of which, several varieties of colors and gray to be found here. Extends into the foothills of Bhutan where it is called the real Manas National Park.

Its wetlands are of international importance and essential to the survival of pig hispida fast disappearance of the Hare and the midget. Langur November of March.Golden andalusia, andalusia rhinoceros, the wild buffalo, elephants, gaur andalusia, the swamp deer, Langur andalusia andalusia caps and cloud leopard, giant hornbill.

Butterflies and reptiles are also found aplenty in Manas. In the river water, you can enjoy boating and fishing as well. Colored pebbles Manas River are an added attraction not to miss.

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