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Chambal
Chambal MapThe Chambal River was declared a Gharial Sanctuary in the work of 1978-79 by the M.P. Government, with an objective to provide a fully protected habitat for the conservation & propagation of the highly endangered Crocodilian species & the gangetic dolphin. The National Chambal Sanctuary is the longest river Sanctuary & holds the best Gharial population in the country.

The park is famous for the endangered Indian Skimmer birds, as well as black-bellied tern, large flocks of migratory waterfowl, cranes such as common, demoiselle and sarus, Greater Thicknee, the Comb Duck, Brahmani Duck, Bar-headed Geese, Spoonbill, Herons, Kingfishers, Fishing Eagles, Flamingos, Pelicans, Cormorants, and Partridges.
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