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Keoldeao Ghana National Park

The wise one.

Revered by the ancient Athenians as a scared mascot of Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, the Little Owl is a formidable predator capable of surviving almost anywhere in the world.

At home in the water as in the air.

Perched on a stunted tree stub after a recent underwater hunt, an Oriental Darter stretches out its wings to dry, under a weak winter sun in Keoldeao National Park.

Roasted or skinned, how do you like your lizard?

Visitors often fail to spot this little critter scurrying along the forest floor, when scouring tree tops for birds at the Keoldeao National Park. A respite the Bengal monitor doesn't seem to mind.

Keoldeao National Park.

Shedding a violent past of savage blood lust and slaughter, this erstwhile hunting reserve of kings and high ranking British officials has traversed the path of redemption since becoming a National Park in 1982 and a UNESCO world heritage site in 1985.

What a sick planet dreams of.

The wetland of the Keoldeao National Park in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India is more than home for the birds that annually visit in winters, the swampy water body is vital for the well being of the planet.