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Namdapha National Park

Listed under Rainforests and Jungles in India.

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India’s far northeast is home to many of the Subcontinent’s most spectacular rainforests. Namdapha National Park is perhaps the jewel in the crown of India’s tiger reserves, with incredibly rich wet subtropical forests that range from foothills to snowcapped peaks.

Namdapha is home to tigers and elephants and a myriad lesser wildlife. A birdwatcher’s paradise.

NAMDAPHA, a Tiger Reserve and National Park.

Written by  Bruce Beehler.

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