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National Parks in Nagaland
Intanki National Park
- Ntangki National Park or Intanki National Park is located in the Peren district of Nagaland, near the western periphery of Barail Range.
- Intanki National Park is specifically situated in the foothills of the Patkai range, which is part of the larger Eastern Himalayas.
- Intanki National Park is contiguous with Dhansiri Reserve Forest of Assam (Karbi Anglong) to the north. The Dhansiri River marks the boundary between these two areas.
- The Dhansiri River, along with its tributaries, including the Monglu, Intanki, and Duilong rivers, contributes to the water resources and habitat diversity within the park.
- The park encompasses a variety of ecosystems, including tropical evergreen forests, bamboo forests, and grasslands.
- Major Fauna: Hoolock gibbon, golden langur
- Major Avifauna: Hornbill.
Wildlife Sanctuaries in Nagaland
Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary
- Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Kiphire district of Nagaland.
- It is situated close to the India-Myanmar border.
- The area falls under the Eastern Himalayas Endemic Bird Area and is recognized for its significance in bird conservation.
Puliebadze Wildlife Sanctuary
- Pulie Badze Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Kohima District of Nagaland.
- The sanctuary is named after Mount Puliebadze (Pulie), which stands at an elevation of 7,532 feet (2,296 meters).
- The area around Mount Puliebadze holds politico-historical significance, as it witnessed the Japanese attack on Kohima during World War II.
Rangapahar Wildlife Sanctuary
- Rangapahar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Dimapur district of Nagaland.
- There are several interesting sites near the sanctuary, including the Dzukou Valley, Japfu Peak, Kachari Ruins, Triple Falls, and Langpangkong Caves.