Manas National Park which is UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, Project Tiger Reserve, Elephant Reserve and a Biosphere reserve is a national park located in Bodoland. One of the largest national parks in Bodoland, Manas National Park stretches across the Himalayan Foothills and is shared with Bhutan where it is named Royal Manas National Park.

The name Manas National Park is named after the river Manas which is one of the major tributaries to River Brahmaputra. The park is of the area around 950kmsq and stretches the whole of Bodoland covering districts of Chirang, Baksa, Kokrajhar, Darrang, Udalguri and Bongaigaon. On 1st October 1928, the national park was declared as a sanctuary. In the year 1985, the park was declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Located near to Eastern Himalaya region, Manas National Park is divided into 3 ranges, Panbari located on the…

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