Mollem National Park

Established in1967 (as a sanctuary), 1978 (notified as a national park)
GeographyLocated in the Western Ghats of Goa
BiomeWest Coast tropical evergreen forests, West Coast semi-evergreen forests, and moist deciduous forests
All Rivers flowing throughMandovi River, Kalsa Nalla, Talpona River, Dudhsagar Falls
All Flora722 species of flowering plants in the wild belonging to 492 genera and 122 families; 128 species of endemic plants; 37 species of Pteridophytes; ferns, mosses, and lichens
All FaunaLeopard, barking deer, Bengal tiger, bonnet macaque, common langur, civet, flying squirrel, gaur, Malabar giant squirrel, mouse deer, pangolin, porcupine, slender loris, sambar, spotted deer, wild boar, wild dog, tigers, 200+ bird species, various butterflies, reptiles
All TribesDhangar (Nomadic buffalo herders)
WaterfallsDudhsagar Falls, Tambdi Falls
Unique FeaturesDudhsagar Falls: Multi-tiered waterfall, height of 310 meters; Tambdi Falls: Spectacular waterfall; Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot; UNESCO World Heritage Site; diverse plant and animal species; rich birdlife; trekking trails; natural beauty; ecological treasure; part of Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary

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