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Context: Recently, the State government of Assam notified Dihing Patkai as a National Park, four days after creating the 422-sq. km Raimona National Park in western Assam’s Kokrajhar district.
About Dehing Patkai
Description: Earlier known as "Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary" is located within the larger Dehing Patkai Elephant Reserve, which spreads across the coal- and oil-rich districts of Upper Assam (Dibrugarh and Tinsukia districts).
Dehing is the name of the river that flows through this forest and Patkai is the hill at the foot of which the sanctuary lies.
Fauna: Rare fauna found in the region include Chinese pangolin, flying fox, wild pig, sambar, barking deer, gaur, serow and Malayan giant squirrels.
Flora: Dehing Patkai is a deciduous rainforest interspersed with semi-evergreen and lush green flora.
Raimona National Park
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