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Corbett

 

a national park in the state of Uttar Pradesh, in India. Established in 1935, it was known as Hailey Park until 1957. In 1971, the park covered 52,547 hectares. On the slopes of the Himalayas there are forests of Dalbergia sissu, Shorea robusta, Bauhinia acuminata, and deciduous Butea monosperma; the vegetation in the valleys primarily consists of grasses. The tiger is the primary protected species. Numerous types of deers are found in the park, including the sambar, axis, babirusa, and muntjac; many other animals dwell there. The principal tourist center is Dhikala.

REFERENCE

Gee, E. P. Dikie zhivotnye Indii. Moscow, 1968. (Translated from English.)
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