Suklaphant Wildlife Reserve

Suklaphant Wildlife ReserveThe Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve (28°49’-28°57’; 80°07’-80°15’E) lies in the extreme south west of the Terai and covers an area of. 305 sq km (including extension area) and ranges in altitude from 90-270 m. The vegetation cover within the reserve has been estimated as approximately two-third forest and one-third grassland (Balson, 1976). Of these, the Suklaphanta grassland is probably the largest patch of grassland of Nepal, occupying an area of 54 sq km. Twenty-six species of mammal have been recorded (Schaaf, 1978a, Bell, 1987), including a population of 1,710-2,250 swamp deer. The reserve also holds Nepal’s largest breeding population of Bengal floricans and hispid hare

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