The forest region of Manas National Park is home to world’s largest population of wild water buffaloes and the other animals that can be seen in the elephant grass, marshland and dense tropical moist broadleaf forests of Manas are Tiger, Leopard, Indian Elephant, Sloth Bear, swamp deer, etc. With the simultaneous increase in tiger population every year, the government authorities declared Manas as a Tiger Reserve. Also here one can explore a good range of migratory bird species.
Manas National park has secured 55 species of animals, 380 species of birds, 50 reptiles, and 3 species of amphibians. The pretty fauna of the park is constituted with Tigers, Elephants, Rhinoceros, Wild Buffaloes, Leopards, Clouded Leopards, Gaurs, Swamp Deer, Capped Langurs, Golden Langurs, Assamese Macaques, Slow Loris, Hoolock Gibbons, Smooth Indian Otters, Sloth Bears, Barking Deer, Hog Deer, Sambar and Chital and more.
The park has earned fame due to its exceptional and endangered wildlife and the look of the Assam Roofed Turtle, Hispid Hare, Golden Langur and Pygmy Hog will give you the feel of awesomeness. Manas are managing to serve about 380 species of birds and the huge census of endangered Bengal Florican. All beautiful birds are here to mesmerize you such as Giant Hornbills, Jungle Fowls, Bulbuls, Brahminy Ducks, Khaleej Pheasants, Egrets, Pelicans, Fishing Eagles, Serpent Eagles, Falcons, Scarlet Minivets, Bee-Eaters, Magpie Robins, Pied Hornbills, Gray Hornbills, Mergansers, Harriers, Ospreys and Herons.