This elephant reserve spreads from Papum River in the eastern end till the boundary between Bhutan in the west and Arunachal Pradesh, while to the northern part of the Kameng Elephant Reserve is present the Seppa Unclassed State Forests and Tenga Reserved Forest.
Fauna of Kameng Elephant Reserve
There are numerous animals surviving in the Kameng Elephant Reserve, whose one of the main highlights is the presence of 377 Indian Elephants as per the 2001 census. Black Giant Squirrel, Himalayan Black Bear, Yellow-Throated Macaque, Fishing Cat, Royal Bengal Tiger, Sunda Loris, Capped Langur, Clouded Leopard, Civet, Red Panda, Rhesus Macaque, Hare, Leopard, Indian Bison, Jackal, Musk Deer, Sambhar, Fox, Jungle Cat, Wild Dog and others are the various species of wildlife exists in this region. About 300 species of birds including four species of Hornbills and 250 varieties of butterflies are also existent in Kameng Elephant Reserve.
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