Namdapha National Park
About the Park
Namdapha in the east indian state of Arunachal Pradesh has perhaps the widest diversity of habitats of any of South Asia's major areas. The parks 1800 sq kms rise from 650 feet to 15,000 feet above sea level and the forest ranges from evergreen tropical forests through mixed decidous forest and temperate alpine forests at the upper reaches. Hard access to this area has helped a lot in preserving the biosphere. This also happens to be the eastern limit of the indian tiger.
Gaur, ghoral, takin, musk deer, hoolock gibbon, slow loris, biturong, red panda, tiger, leopard, snow leopard, clouded leopard and many more mammals and reptiles
Over 500 different species of birds exist in this national park.