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The country is also home to more
than 800 species of birds, or about 10% of the world total.
Wildlife Reserve

More than 10% of Nepal's total land area is covered by national parks and wildlife reserves. Over 30 species of large wild animals and 180 species of mammals make their home in Nepal. Wildlife like the Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, gharial crocodile and the snow leopard lurk in Nepal's jungles.

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The country is also home to more than 800 species of birds, or about 10% of the world total. Nepal has nearly as many kinds of birds as the whole of North America. Endangered varieties like the Bengal florican, Saras crane and swamp partridges thrill nature lovers. Egrets, herons, wren babblers, green babblers, blue magpies, Himalayan griffins and other magnificent species criss-cross the skies over Nepal.


 
 
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