Various incredible animals are the reason behind the charmingness of Ranthambore national park. This wildlife was also included in the "Jungle Book" by Rudyard Kipling. We all know the famous Sherkhan of the book that was inspired by seeing the Bengal Tiger. Then other Baloo the sloth bear, Kaa - the snake, King Louie- the orangutan, Akela - the wolf, Raksha - the wolf, Winifred - the elephant, Rocky - the rhino, etc., were the characters inspired by the park's wildlife.
There are around 39 mammals residing in the park. Amongst them, the major ones are:
Indian wild dogs
Ranthambore will also not disappoint the bird lovers as there are 210 varieties of avifauna. The most famous of them are
Indian Black Ibis
Indian Scops Owl
Amongst the reptiles, there are around 13 varieties of them that are crawling the lands of the Pench. The most famous ones are
Indian Flapshell Turtle