The national park has a rich wildlife. Jaguar, Hyena, Jackal, and Jungle Cats are the carnivores of the forest. Caracal and Wild Dogs are seen infrequently. Among the prey populace are the Sambhar, Chital, Nilgai, Wild Boar, Hare and Porcupine and so forth. Sariska National Park is one of a kind in creature distribution. The wild creatures here appear to have chosen their territory - limits. Slopka is best to observe the Sambhar, Kundli for Chitals and Tarunda and Kalighati for Nilgai. Four - horned antelopes or Chausingha can be found in the Pondupole Nallah. Chausingha is only Indian and is the main buck on earth with four horns.
Sariska is also known for its populace of the Sariska National Park Safari to regularly spot Langurs and the Rhesus monkeys. Talviksh is the place where the fundamental populace of Rhesus exists and one can see several of them at once. Langurs can be found in vast numbers at Pandupole, Slopka and Kalighati too.
Talking about the bird species, you can have the sight of grey partridge, sand grouse, crested serpent eagle, woodpecker, horned owl, tree pie, bush quail and many more, which can come up to 225 bird species.