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Gibbon and Kaziranga Combo Expedition - November 2018

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Wed Nov 28 2018 9:30 am - Sun Dec 02 2018 2:30 pm  
Kaziranga National Park
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Sandwiched between the Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal, the narrow strip of land known as Northeast India serves as a corridor connecting the people, fauna and flora of the Indian subcontinent to tropical Southeast Asia and the more temperate northern Asian climes. It is one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots. India has an exceptionally rich heritage of non-human primate populations totaling 15 species. The northeast region has the richest primate diversity in India, largely due to its location in the transitional zone between the Indian and Indo–Chinese sub-regions. Eleven species have so far been recorded from this NE region. Except for the Golden langur and Phayre’s langur, all other species have a large extent of occurrence in the region. The only sanctuary in India, which is supposedly a primate treatise is named after a highly endangered primate species in India - the Hoolock Gibbons (Bunopithecus hoolock). The Hollangapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary is a small patch of rainfo

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