The Orang National Park, turned into the third National Park in Assam after Manas and Kaziranga, to return for both homegrown and worldwide guests with severe COVID-19 conventions on Friday.
Minister for Environment and Forest Parimal Suklabaidya opened the park for sightseers and asked all guests to wear veils and keep up social separating as both are obligatory.
Senior residents over the age of 65, kids under 10 years, and pregnant ladies won't be permitted section.
Orang National park is acclaimed for one-horned rhino, tiger, elephant, panther, deer, sambar, and numerous others. It is additionally well known for winged creature viewing because of the essence of a few types of transitory fowls.
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