The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is a protected area in the Terai of eastern Nepal covering 175 km2 of wetlands in the Sunsari, Saptari and Udayapur Districts and with the altitude of range from 75 to 81 m. It was established in 1976 and designated as a Ramsar site in December 1987 to protect a small triangle of phanta and tappu in the flood plain of the SaptaKoshi River. The wildlife reserve is easily accessible from Mahendra Highway and is suitable for the nature lover especially birds lover. It is a home of almost 493 species of birds, 200 species of fish, 31 species of mammals and last habitat of the endangered Arna. This wildlife reserve also include 2 toad species, 9 frog species, 6 lizard species, 5 snake species and 11 turtle species. In addition to it, scenic beauty, sunny weather of the reserve provides warmth in the heart of the travellers.
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