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Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Integrity Education, Delhi
  • 29, Jun 2021
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Why in news: Wildlife specialists have the first photographic evidence of a tiger inhabiting the 26.22 sq. km Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary

  • The Sanctuary lies in Assam’s Baksa and Udalguri districts bordering Bhutan.
  • This sanctuary is named after the river Bornadi 
  • The sanctuary was established in 1980 to protect the hispid hare (Caprolagus hispidus) and pigmy hog
  • This small habitat is well connected to a corridor between the Royal Manas National Park and the Jomotshakngkha Wildlife Sanctuary