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National Parks in Arunachal Pradesh

The biodiversity of Arunachal Pradesh is just amazing which features some of the best national parks in India. Wildlife in Arunachal Pradesh offers wildlife enthusiast with some of the exclusive diversity of flora and fauna species in the whole northeastern state of the country. Namdapha National Park and Mouling National Park are two main national parks in Arunachal Pradesh. National parks across Arunachal Pradesh possess some rarest and endangered orchids and famous local medicinal plants. These are the only parks in the whole world which has four graceful species of big cats, the Tigers, Snow Leopard, Leopard, and the most amazing and shy creatures the Clouded Leopard. Other basic Arunachal Pradesh National Parks mammals are black bear, elephants, Indian bison and several species of deers, reptiles and a variety of arboreal animals.
Namdapha National Park is one of the largest national parks in the northeastern region of India, which spreads over an area of 1,985 Sqkm. Located just kilometers away from Miao, the district headquarters, the Namdapha National Park is situated on the Indo-Burma border. Known as one of the largest wildlife protected areas, this national park in Arunachal Pradesh offers visitors some very diverse and rich collection of flora and fauna that are typical of this area.

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Snow Leopard at Namdapha National Park
Mouling National Park spread over an area of 281 sqkm, is home to several varieties of flora and fauna. This beautiful Mouling National Park is located near the stunning Lower Dibang Valley District, offering backdrop of huge mountains that adds to its beauty. This park is situated in the West Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh is famous for its three major varieties of goats - antelopes, which are locally known as takin, coral and serrow. The supreme local tribes of Arunachal Pradesh known as the Adis and the Idu Mishmis reside in the surrounding areas of the park.

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Barking Deer at Mouling National Park