Nameri National Park

Established in1985 as a wildlife sanctuary, declared a National Park in 1998
GeographyLocated in the Sonitpur district of Assam, India, in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas
BiomeMoist mixed deciduous forests, tropical evergreen and semi-evergreen forests, cane and bamboo brakes, and open grasslands
Rivers flowing throughJia Bhoroli River and its tributaries Diji, Doigurung, and Dikorai
FloraOver 600 species of plants, including tropical evergreen forests, moist deciduous forests, cane, bamboo, and open grasslands
FaunaBengal tiger, black bear, elephant, leopard, clouded leopard, Indian bison, pangolin, Indian wild dog, deer, civet cat, capped langur, jackals, and various bird species including the endangered white-winged wood duck and four species of hornbill
Unique FeaturesPart of a larger elephant reserve, home to endangered species such as the white-winged wood duck and the Bengal florican

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