Bardiya National Park

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Forest in Bardiya National Park

The Bardiya National Park (Nepali: बर्दिया राष्ट्रिय निकुञ्जAbout this soundBardiya Rastriya Nikunja.ogg ) is a national park in Nepal. In 1988, 968 km2 (374 sq mi) area was changed into this national park. Most of the part of this national park is covered by forest.

About 53 mammals which includes rhinoceros, wild elephant, Bengal tiger, swamp deer, and Gangetic dolphin live in this national park. It is also home to many species of birds and reptiles.[1]

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  1. Bhuju, U.R., Shakya, P.R., Basnet, T.B., Shrestha, S. (2007) Nepal Biodiversity Resource Book. Protected Areas, Ramsar Sites, and World Heritage Sites Archived July 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, in cooperation with United Nations Environment Programme, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Kathmandu. ISBN 978-92-9115-033-5

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