Ranthambore national park, India
One of the biggest and most well-known national parks in northern India, it was once a former Hunting grounds of the maharajas of jaipur. It is considered one of the best places in India to see wild tigers.
This reserve hosts a wide variety of mammals including tigers, leopards, striped Hain as, sambar deer, chital deer, nilgai, common or hunan languages, macaques, jackals, jungle cats, caracls, sloth bears, black box, Indian wild boar, common palms of it, desert cats, five striped palm squirrels, Indian flying foxes, Indian mole rats, Indian porcupines, ratel’s, small Indian mongoose, small Indian civics and common mongoose. There are also a fascinating range of reptiles including marsh crocodiles, snub nose as marsh crocodiles, desert monitor lizards, tortoise, cobras, Indian pythons, rat snakes, Russell’s vipers, saw-scaled vipers and the Indian chameleon.