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What national park is in Dafla Hills?
3. Namdapha National Park : Dafia Hills.
What is Nokrek Biosphere Reserve famous for?
Nokrek has a remnant population of the red panda that has generated curiosity across the world. It is also a habitat of the Asiatic elephant and various species of wild cats, ranging from a small marbled cat to the majestic tiger, and also the habitat of the clouded leopard, the state animal of Meghalaya.
Which river passes through Nilgiri biosphere reserve?
The Nilgiri  Biosphere Reserve is one of the critical catchment areas of peninsular India. Many of the major tributaries of the river Cauvery like the Bhavani, Moyar, Kabini and other rivers like Chaliyar, Punampuzha, etc., have their source and catchment areas within the reserve boundary.
Which animal is protected in Nokrek National Park?
The Nokrek area is also an important habitat of the Asian elephant. The park had eight species of cats, ranging from the Royal Bengal tiger to marbled cat, but the current status of the first is uncertain.
Which river flows through Nokrek Biosphere Reserve?
The Simsang originates in the north of the Biosphere Reserve, the Dareng from the southern peaks, and the Ganol flows westward into the Brahamputra River, which supplies water to numerous towns.
Is namdapha in Dafla hills?
Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot and is located in Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India. It is also the third largest national park in India in terms of area. It is located between the Dapha Bum range of the Mishmi Hills and the Patkai range.
Where is Nokrek Biosphere Reserve situated?
The Nokrek Biosphere Reserve is located in the state of Meghalaya. The entire area is mountainous and Nokrek is the highest peak of the Garo hills, rising up 1,412 metres.
Where is Garo Hills Elephant Reserve?
The Garo Hills Conservation Area (GHCA) lies in Biogeographic Zone 9B (Northeastern India) (Rodgers and Panwar 19881) and is also the western most limit of the Indo Malayan Biodiversity Hotspots. The GHCA occurs between 89°49′-91°2′ East Longitude and 25°9′- 26°1′ North Latitude.
Which river flows through orang Tiger Reserve?
The Park lies 18 km off the national highway from Orang town and 15 km off the highway from Dhansirimukh town. The distance from Guwahati to Orang is 140 km. The Park is situated on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra river. The Pachnoi and Dhansiri rivers flow along its eastern and western boundaries respectively.
Which river passes through Mudumalai Tiger Reserve?
It is drained by the Moyar River and several tributaries, which harbour 38 fish species.