Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National park is situated on the longitudes 93°08′ E to 93°36′ E and between the latitudes 93°08′ E to 93°36′ E in the middle of the two areas of the condition of Assam in particular the Kaliabor subdivision of Nagaon locale and that of the subdivision of Bokakhat Golaghat region.
From the east to west length of this park is about 40 sq km (25 mi) and the broadness from the north to south bearing about 13 km (8 mi). The approx range of Kaziranga is about 378 sq kms (146 sq mi) and out of this the zone around 51.14 sq kms (20 sq mi) has been lost because of the disintegration in most recent couple of years.
Because of the decline there another region of around 429 sq kms (166 sq mi) has been produced alongside the aggregate present range of this park keeping in mind the end goal to meet out the populace’s necessity of the untamed life is expanding step by step furthermore to capacity as the way for the development of natural life creatures to Karbi Anglong Hills. The height of this park speaks the truth 40 m (131 ft) to 80 m (262 ft).
The aggregate zone of the recreation centre is restricted by the stream Brahmaputra that is shaping the northern and eastern limits of this park, and the southern limit of this park is secured by the Mora Diphlu. There are the other two streams that are going over this stop that are the Diphlu and Mora Dhans.
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