Rajiv Gandhi (Orang) National Park

Established in1985 as a wildlife sanctuary, declared a National Park in 1999
GeographyLocated in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam, India, on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River
BiomeEastern Himalayan Moist Deciduous Forest, Eastern Seasonal Swamp Forest, Eastern Wet Alluvial Grassland, Savannah Grasslands, Degraded Grassland, Waterbody, Moist Sandy area and Dry Sandy area
Rivers flowing throughBrahmaputra River, Pachnoi River, Belsiri River, and Dhansiri River
FloraOver 600 species of plants, including tropical evergreen forests, moist deciduous forests, cane, bamboo, and open grasslands
FaunaGreat Indian one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tiger, Asiatic elephant, hog deer, wild boar, and various bird species
Unique FeaturesPart of the Tiger Conservation Project, important breeding ground for various fish species

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