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Nameri Tiger Reserve

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibusaNameri Tiger Reserve is situated under the foothills of Eastern Himalayas as mother to all National Parks. Bound with several rivers and their tributaries Nameri Tiger Reserve stands unique among many other tiger reserves in India. It adjoins Pakhui (Pakhe) Santuary in its northern region. Shattered by the river Jia Bharali and other small tributaries known as Khari, Diji, Dokorai, Diana, Nameri, Doigurung and many more are a scenic beauty. It is spread in an area of 200 sq km; it runs from the South West reservoir of River Bar Dikorai, dividing the highway limit of Sijussa which lies left of the reservoir of River Jia Bharali. The archaeological area of this reserve is a part of “Eastern Himalayan Mega Biodiversity Hotspot” and also “North Bank Landscape”. The reserve offers one of the natural and richest areas of the earth in conditions of ‘Plant Functional Complexity’ and ‘Plant Functional Type’. It is determined by the tropical rainy season which exerts a pull on heavy seasonal rainfall. The hillocks and the River Jia Bharali are the unique charm of the park. It is also a home for many birds, mammals and other species. There are about three thousand domestic cattle that are victims for leopards and tigers. leo.

Flora and Fauna
Nameri Tiger Reserve is covered by deciduous forests. The half evergreen forests & tropical evergreen forests combine to form the damp deciduous forests of this park. While on the other hand bamboo and cane brakes give in a narrow way to open grasslands besides river where hundreds of plant species like Vatica lanceaefolia, Albizzia Lucida, Trewia nudiflora, Albizzia procera, Terminalia myriocarpa, Amoora wallichii etc. can be spotted.
Enormous kinds of terrestrial and aqua species like Tiger, Wild Pig, Leopard, Flying Squirrel, Black Panther, Malayan Giant Squirrel, Clouded Leopard, Himalayan yellow Throated Martin, Lesse Cats, Rhesus Macaque, Sloth Bear, Assamese Macaque, Himalayan Black Bear, Slow Loris, Elephant, Capped Langur, Indian Bison, Indian Hare, Dhole, Hispid Hare, Sambar, Fox, Barking Deer, Dog Deer, and many more. Birds like Great Pied Hornbill, Himalayan pied Kingfisher, Wreathed Hornbill etc. Reptiles like Indian soft Shelled Turtle, King cobra, Narrow Headed soft Shelled Turtle, cobra, Asian Leaf Turtle etc and fishes like Silghoria, Shaort gilled Mahseer, and Golden Mahseer are predominantly found in the reserve.

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