|Located in Kokrajhar district of Assam, India, along the Indo-Bhutan border
|Moist deciduous and semi-evergreen forests
|Rivers flowing through
|Saralbhanga River, Pekua River, and Sonkosh River
|Over 380 species of plants, including tropical evergreen forests, moist deciduous forests, cane, bamboo, and open grasslands
|Golden langur, Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, Indian elephant, Asiatic wild water buffalo, great Indian hornbill, spotted deer, Indian gaur, and around 170 species of birds
|Part of a trans-boundary conservation landscape with Bhutan, important for eco-tourism and conservation
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