The biggest national park in India is the Hemis National Park, located in Jammu and Kashmir states.
Who is the biggest national park?
Covering an area of 972,000 square kilometres, Greenland’s National Park is the world’s largest – with approx. 40 inhabitants and high Arctic species of animals. Covering an area of 972,000 square kilometres, Greenland’s National Park is the world’s largest.
Which is smallest national park in India?
National Parks in India: Important Points
- Largest National Park: Hemis National Park, Jammu & Kashmir.
- Smallest National Park: South Button Island National Park, Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
- Largest Wildlife Sanctuary: Rann of Kutch, Gujarat.
- Smallest Wildlife Sanctuary: Bor Tiger reserve, Maharashtra.
Which Indian state has no national park?
Right Answer is: C
Option 3 is the correct answer: The state of Punjab has no national Park. Punjab is a northwestern state of India with Chandigarh as its capital. The three major rivers flowing through Punjab are Ravi, Beas and Satluj (Sutlej).
Which country has most wildlife sanctuary?
Australia has the most, with a total of 685 different parks, with China placing second with a grand total of 208. Luxembourg placed last, with no registered national parks in the entire country.
Which is the latest tiger reserve in India?
Why in News
Recently, the Ramgarh Vishdhari wildlife sanctuary received a nod from the National Tiger Conservation Authority’s (NTCA) technical committee to become the 4th Tiger reserve of Rajasthan. This will be the 52nd Tiger Reserve of India.
Which national park is not a tiger reserve in India?
Himachal Pradesh hill stations like Shimla, Manali attracts tourists from all over the country and home to one of the largest national parks of India, GHNP with animals such as Himalayan brown bear, blue sheep, snow leopard but No Tiger.