The National Chambal Sanctuary is situated on the River Chambal, at the point where the outskirts of the three states Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh meet. The park was initially announced to be in Madhya Pradesh in 1978.
Presently, The National Park is overseen and controlled by the three states. The Forest is likewise called the National Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary and is devoted to the protection of fundamentally imperiled gharials, the red delegated rooftop turtle and the debilitated Ganges waterway dolphin. The park is secured under the nation’s Wildlife Protection Act of 1972. The creatures found here were nearly very nearly elimination when they found a characteristic home here, against the propelling human advancement which represented a danger to their presence. 6 types of Terrapins are found here, these are the web footed turtles, discovered predominantly in bitter water. It is regular that such an extensive haven would have a vast stream or lake to extinguish the thirst of the plentiful creatures found here.
The avian fascination at National Chambal Sanctuary in UP comprises for the most part of Black tailed Terns, Red-peaked and Ferruginous Pochards, Indian Courser, Pallas’ Fish.
The Chambal River that waters the National Chambal Sanctuary in UP starts in Kota in Rajasthan, lastly converges with waterway Yamuna at Bhareh. From dusty gorges to rough falls this stream a long ways through numerous a gorge to come here at last. Once well known for dacoits, these neighbouring areas are noted for their average botanical vegetation, which bears hard lush trunks appropriate for furniture making.
Hawk, Pallid Harrier, Greater and Lesser Flamingos which are Large pink to red web-footed wading flying creatures, with down-bowed bills, which occupy salty lakes, Darters which are Fish-eating feathered creatures, dwelling in warm inland waters having a long adaptable necks and thin sharp-pointed bills, Bar-headed Goose, Sarus Crane and Great Thick-knee.