Tributaries of the Karnali River – Wildlife of the Terai

Photography by Valji Varia Wildlife encounters on safari along the tributaries of the Karnali River in Royal Bardia National Park, Nepal. Royal Bardiya National Park Located in the far-western region of Nepal this park covers an area of 968km2 and is the largest and most undisturbed area in the Terai. The rich riverine forest and tall elephant grass provide an outstanding habitat for one-horned rhinoceros and the best chance in Nepal to see the Royal Bengal tiger. It is also home to one of the last known herds of wild Asian elephant. The Gangetic dolphin and two species of crocodile reside in the Karnali river and complex network of waterways throughout the park. Source

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