Ranthambhore’s forest is dry and open, which makes wildlife viewing easier than denser parks. There are over 320 species of birds (both resident and migratory), over 40 species of mammals, and over 35 species of reptiles.
Besides the famous tiger, other wild cats you may spot in Ranthambhore National Park include Leopard, Caracal, Jungle Cat and Rusty Spotted Cat.
Hoofed mammals include Sambar Deer, Spotted Deer, Blue Bull, Chinkara and Wild Boar.
Other inhabitants you may be lucky enough to meet include Crocodile, Sloth Bear, Indian Fox, Jackal, Wolf, Wild Dog, Small Indian Civet, Palm Civet, Common Indian Mongoose and Striped Hyena.
The above are found all over the park and not restricted to a specific zone.