India's Prominent National Parks and Sanctuaries
National parks and sanctuaries are natural or semi-natural or developed lands that are primarily used to conserve the wild nature.
Here is the list of major national parks and sanctuaries to safeguard natural habitat of endangered and conservation-reliant species.
Q: Which national park has the Highest known tiger density in the World?
Answer: Kaziranga National Park
Q: Which is the oldest National Park?
Answer: Jim Corbett National Park (established in 1936)
Q: Which is the smallest national park?
Answer: South Button Island National Park in Andaman and Nicobar Islands for Dugong, dolphin, water monitor lizard, blue whale.
Q: Which national park has the largest area?
Answer: Hemis National Park (Jammu & Kashmir) - 4400 km²
Q: Name the national park reserved for the great Indian bustard, an endangered species found only in India?
Answer: Desert National Park, Rajasthan
Q: Name the Only floating park in the world
Answer: Keibul Lamjao National Park, Manipur