Kane Wildlife Sanctuary
This little known Sanctuary lies close to the Assam-Arunachal border and can be approached from Likabali on the way to Along, the district headquarters. A large number of streams and small rivers intersect the Sanctuary; the River Siji forms the western boundary of the area. The terrain is mainly hilly, with steep to gentle slopes that are covered by dense vegetation. Access to the interior of the Sanctuary is limited due to lack of roads, and so the forest especially the interior is untouched and pristine. The forest is a heterogeneous mixture of evergreen and semi-evergreen species. Bamboo forms a dense under-storey.
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