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Complete List of National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries of Bihar

Complete List of National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries of Bihar

Below is the complete list of all wildlife sanctuaries & national parks including bird sanctuaries, forest reserves of Bihar, India

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1 Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary
2 Valmiki National Park (VTR)
3 Barela Jheel Salim Ali-Jubba Sahni (Baraila) Bird Sanctuary
4 Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary
5 Gautam Budha (Buddha) Wildlife Sanctuary – BR
6 Kanwar jheel Bird Sanctuary

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7 Kusheshwar Asthan Bird Sanctuary
8 Nagi Dam Bird Sanctuary
9 Nakti Dam Bird Sanctuary
10 Pant (Rajgir) Wildlife Sanctuary
11 Udaipur (Udaypur) Wildlife Sanctuary
12 Vikramshila Gangetic Dolphin Wildlife Sanctuary

 

State Animal of Bihar is Gaur (Indian Bison) 

Bos gaurus is a Schedule – I animal, according to wildlife (Protection) act, 1972 and classified as Vulnerable (VU) by the IUCN. 

Weight of adult male is between 600 kg to 1500 kg., and the weight of adult female is between 400 kg to 1000 kg. Size between 240 cm to 340 cm. and the length of tail is between 70 cm to 105 cm. They are about 170 cm to 230 cm high at the shoulder.

They have huge head, deep massive body, and sturdy limbs, the gaur is the embodiment of vigor and strength.

A newly born Gaur is a light golden-yellow, which soon changes to fawn, than to light brown, and so to coffee or reddish brown. The sleek, dark coat is dark brownish black in mature males and dark brown in females. The shank and forehead are creamy white or yellowish in color.

The color of the eyes is brown. They have shoulder hump, especially pronounced in adult males. Both sexes have short, fine and glossy hairs, and the hoofs are narrow and pointed.

Both sexes carry horns, which grow from the sides of the head. Length of the horns is between 60 to 110 cm. Color of the horns is pale green or yellowish brown throughout the greater part of their length. Males are larger than females.

 

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