Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan, India
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A specific region within the Ranthambore National Park which consists of a thick forest cover over a large part. Bakaula contains many small pools & watering holes in clearings within these dense forests which attract an abundance of wildlife flocking in these areas. Since this setting provides cool hiding places, Tigresses with young cubs are often seen near the watering-holes in Bakaula. One of the coolest spaces within the National Park, Bakaula attracts plenty of birds and small animals like squirrels and monkey who are often seen scampering through the forest.
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