Jim Corbett National Park is an India National Park which is founded for the protection of the endangered Bengal Tiger of India in the year of 1936. India is a home of large variety of plants, animals and fauna. For the preservation of wild life in India one can find numerous wild life sanctuaries and national park.
In these parks and sanctuaries the Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park of India. It is situated in Nanital, Uttarakhand state of India. It is named after the history greatest hunter and wild life explorer Jim Corbett.