Tue, 30 May 2017
Tripura Wildlife Tourism
Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary
The Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura has Elephants, Bison, Sambar, Barking deer, Wild goat or Sarow apart from many other animals and reptiles.
Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary
The Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary houses more than 150 species of birds, wild beasts and primates. The forest is rich in a large number of economic plants such as medicinal and aromatic, treat fodders, fruit producing trees, oil-seed producing trees, spices, and orchids and other ornamental plants.
Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary
The Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura has a rich collection of wildlife particularly of birds and primates. It has 456 plant species of monocotyledon and dicotyledon. Trees of Sal, Chamal, Garjan and Kanak exist predominantly. There are 5 species of primates in this sanctuary.
The crab eating Mongoose is also present in this sanctuary. Presbytis, or spectacled langur, an endemic species of Tripura is abundant here. There are about 150 species of birds in this sanctuary.
Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura
The Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura has rich vegetation and fauna. It has the unique educative value to the school going children, academicians, Botanists, environmentalists, taxonomists and visitors. It is also one of the most conserved forest reserves with rich Bio-diversity. Among the floral diversity, important species are Kurcha, Tulsi, Vasak, Sarpaganda, Rudraksha, Bel, Chirata, Kalamegh. The animals include Indian Gaur (Bison), Deer, Hooklock Gibbon, Golden Langur, Capped Langur, Pheasants and many other animals and reptiles.
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