Great Himalayan National Park
About Great Himalayan National Park
The Great Himalayan National Park is arranged in the Kullu District in Himachal Pradesh, India. It was formally proclaimed as National Park in the year 1999.
It is a secured territory of 754.4 sq. It was built up to secure the biological community of the Himalayas with shrubberies and plants.
More than 375 types of fauna have their home the Great Himalayan National Park. The species is distinguished and recorded at this point are 31 warm-blooded animals, 3 reptiles, 181 feathered creatures, 9 creatures of land and water, 17 molluscs, 11 annelids and 127 insects that have a place with six orders.
The Himalayan fauna has been ensured under the high degree assurance of Schedule I according to the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972. In the event that one covers a trek of 35-45 km in the Park’s valleys that takes one into the natural surroundings of high elevation (3,500m or more) creatures like blue sheep, Himalayan chestnut bear, snow panther, Himalayan thar, musk deer and so on.
Extraordinary Himalayan National Park (GHNP) is living space to various vegetations and this Park is rich in species took after by elevated.
GHNP incorporates mild expansive leaved woodlands, Sub-snow capped, Alpine glades, Riverine backwoods, Alpine herbs, junipers, grassy slants and conifer timberlands and so forth.
This Park likewise contains a perpetual mixture of vegan species, spruce and so on.