Indian Cobras

King Cobra, India

About King Cobras : The King Cobra also know as Hamadryad, are the most poisonous snakes in the world. They eat rodents, lizards, frogs and other snakes to survive. The average height on an India cobra is about 1 meter and rarely long as 2 meters. The cobras are also worshiped by the Hindus. According to the hindu mythology, lord shiva and lord vishnu used to coiled king cobra in their body parts.

Indian Lion

Asiatic Lion, India

About Indian Lions : Gujarat Gir National Park is famous lion sanctuary in India. Their height is generally 2.5 m to 2.9 m tall, and their weight between 200 and 250 kg. Their population is increasily now in Gir National Park and is due to the efforts of the authorities of National Park.

Indian Elephants

Asiatic Elephant, India

About Elephant - Elephants are found in the protected forests in India in Rajasthan, West Bengal, Kerala, Assam etc. The population of elephant in India are more than 28,000 including zoos and national parks. The maximum weight of Indian elephants are 5 tons and it can grow upto 11 feet. They are smaller than African elephant. They are worshiped in India and also used for load-bearing.

Assam Rhinoceros

Rhinos in Assam, India

About Rhinos - Asian Rhinos are found in Assam in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, North Pakistan and in Bhutan. There are five kinds of Rhinos found in the world. They are Sumatran Rhino, Indian Rhono, Javan Rhino, Black Rhino and White Rhino. The black and white Rhinos are also found in Africa, Javan and Sumatran.The Kaziranga National Park in Assam is famous for Rhinos.

Bengal Tiger

Bengal Tiger in India
About Royal Bengal Tiger - The home of Royal Bengal Tigers is the deltas of Sundarban in West Bengal, Ranthambore in Rajasthan and himalayan region of India. They are also found in Bangladesh, Nepal, Burma and Bhutan. The Royal Bengal Tiger is also the largest member of the cat family. Due to uncontrolled cutting of trees and hunting, their population is less than 3,000 now.