Wild Life in the Sanctuary
Mammals – Leopard, Wild Cats, Monkey, Fox, Wolf, Jackals, Mongoose, Bijju, Deers, Wild Hogs, Hares/Rabbits, Musk-Rats and Bats etc inhabit the Sanctuary prolifically.
Amphibians /Reptiles – Turtles, Python, Cobra Krait and viper are found in large numbers in the region. Crocodiles are also commonly found.
Birds – Brown Partridges, Black Partridge, Quail, Peacock , Pigeon, Falcons and Hawks, Spotted Bill, Cranes, Eagles, Owls, White Vulture, Cuckoo and Nightingales. Kingfishers, Mynahs, Red-Vented Bulbuls, Sparrows, Baya etc are found in abundance in the region.
The remains of Mahabharata period can also be seen in Hastinapur. The holy, pilgrimage site of the Jains, "Jambu Dweep", is also in Hastinapur. The famous temple of "Shuk Dev" in Shuk Taal, a temple dedicated tp Lord Hanuman, having a 72 feet high statue of Lord Hanuman and the bathing ghats at Braj Ghat are some of the major tourist attractions, in the precinct of the Sanctuary.