Elephants at Manas National Park, Assam India
Manas National Park is a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site, a Elephant Reserve, a Tiger Reserve as well as a biosphere reserve in Assam, India.
Indian elephants spend up to 18+ hours a day feeding themselves and for such a large animal and seemingly slow animal they can cover up to 100+ square miles. Elephants seem to enjoy eating grasses, large amounts of tree bark, roots, leaves including small stems. For captive elephants food would include bananas, rice and sugarcane.
Elephants are always close to a source of fresh water be it for a thirst quencher or for cooling themselves.
Manas National Park located about 138 km from Guwahati in Assam, India is a Natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. How to reach Manas National Park?