The Flowing Waters In Jim Corbett National Park
Posted by Alen Parker on May 2nd, 2019
Water is quintessential for the survival of flora and fauna. This is why, rivers are an indispensable part of the park and its biodiversity. Had there not been these rivers in the Jim Corbett park, it would have been really hard for the animals, birds, plants and trees to live.
Broadly, there are three rivers inside the park to support the existence of the living organisms here. The main river is Ramganga river (West), alongwith its tributaries. The tributaries are known as river Kosi, Sonanadi, Mandal and Palain. However, the major area is covered by river Kosi. This also has most of the aquatic life of the park. This river extends in value at the time of dry season. At that time, it serves as a great water resource for the wildlife.
If you are planning to visit Jim Corbett, you should try to stay in Jim Corbett Hotels for a fantabulous view. Nevertheless, let’s get to know a bit more about these rivers.
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