The Jim Corbett National Park, now known as Corbett Tiger Reserve, is located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is renowned for its rich biodiversity, including a variety of fauna. While the park is primarily known for its population of Bengal tigers, it is also home to a diverse range of reptiles. Some of the reptiles found in Corbett Tiger Reserve include:

  1. Indian Rock Python (Python molurus): A large constrictor snake, often found in forested areas.

  2. King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah): The world's longest venomous snake, known for its striking appearance and potent venom.

  3. Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus): A critically endangered crocodilian species with a distinctive long, narrow snout.

  4. Mugger Crocodile (Crocodylus palustris): Another species of crocodile found in the park, known for inhabiting freshwater habitats.

  5. Common Indian Monitor (Varanus bengalensis): A large lizard species commonly found in the Indian subcontinent.

  6. Russell's Viper (Daboia russelii): A venomous snake with a potent hemotoxic venom.

  7. Common Krait (Bungarus caeruleus): A highly venomous snake known for its nocturnal habits.

  8. Indian Cobra (Naja naja): A venomous snake commonly found in a variety of habitats, including grasslands and forests.

  9. Fan-throated Lizard (Sitana ponticeriana): A species of agamid lizard known for the colorful display by males during the breeding season.

  10. Many-striped Grass Skink (Eutropis multifasciata): A type of skink commonly found in grassy areas.

These are just a few examples, and the park is home to a wide array of reptile species. Exploring the diverse ecosystems within Corbett Tiger Reserve provides opportunities to encounter various reptilian inhabitants, contributing to the overall richness of the park's wildlife.