Raimona National Park

Established in2021
GeographyLocated in Kokrajhar district of Assam, India, along the Indo-Bhutan border
BiomeMoist deciduous and semi-evergreen forests
Rivers flowing throughSaralbhanga River, Pekua River, and Sonkosh River
FloraOver 380 species of plants, including tropical evergreen forests, moist deciduous forests, cane, bamboo, and open grasslands
FaunaGolden langur, Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, Indian elephant, Asiatic wild water buffalo, great Indian hornbill, spotted deer, Indian gaur, and around 170 species of birds
Unique FeaturesPart of a trans-boundary conservation landscape with Bhutan, important for eco-tourism and conservation


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