Bandhavgarh National Park is a small reserve of some 448 sq kms but probably has the highest density of tigers in the world. It is situated among outlying hills of the Vindhyan hill ranges and was formerly a royal hunting reserve of the princely state of Rewa where the first white tiger in the wild was ever found. The Bhandavgarh National Park abounds in many of India's rare and endangered animals: there are about 22 species of birds and also the Asiatic Jackal, Bengal Fox, Striped Hyena, Leopard and Tiger. The park is dominated by majestic Bandhavgarh fort (14th century) after which it is named, and is dotted with archaeological remains.
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