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Flora and Fauna of Tadoba National Park

Tadoba is a compact and the Oldest National Park of the state of Maharashtra. The rich deciduous forest mainly consists of teak trees. The other trees are Bamboo,Gardenia,Satinwood,Mahua and Jamun. The other trees which are found within the protected area are, Ain, Arjun, Behada, Bija, Bhera, Bor, Bel,Chichwa, Dhawada, Kusum, Mowai, Phetra, Rohan, Salai, Semal, Shisham, Sisoo, Shivan, Surya, Sirus, Tendu, etc.

Although the major attraction of Tadoba National Park is the Tiger, large herds of chital,the stately sambhar,the elusive Barking Deer,the fleet footed chousingha,the majestic Gaur,the robust Nilgai,the shy Sloth Bear,the Whistling Wild Dog,the stealthy Leopard make an ever lasting impression on the visitors. In the night,you may get the chance to see the Small Indian Civet,the Palm Civet,the Ratel,the flying squirrel will make you to feel their presence.
The lake attracts many water birds like Cattle Egrets,Purple Moorhens and Jacanas. Marsh crocodiles are also there at the breeding farm. Tadoba is also an ornithologist's paradise with a varied diversity of aquatic birdlife and Raptors.
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