Bandipur National Park

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Bandipur National Park is a national park in India. It contains Gaurs and Asian Elephants, as well as tigers. In 1973 it was decided that Bandipur National Park would be protected as a place for tigers to live safely, as part of a project called 'Project Tiger'.[1]

The national park has an area of 874.20 km2.

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  1. "Bandipur National Park". Archived from the original on 2009-02-28. Retrieved 2009-03-12.