Lippa Asrang Wildlife Sanctuary
The sanctuary is part of district Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh. The area is 3089 hectares and is part of Moorang town. The sanctuary was established in the year 1974.
There is wide range of flora and fauna in the area of this forest as there is varied elevation, different climatic situation and the topographical type of weather found in the vicinity of Lippa Asrang wildlife sanctuary. This type of weather conditions thus helps in the survival of different type of species that are housed in the sanctuary. The sanctuary has diversified wildlife that forms the part of the sanctuary.
The wild species of animal like Yak, Ibex, Blue Sheep, Himalayan Musk Deer, Goral, Brown Bear and Himalayan Black Bear are housed in the sanctuary. Yak among these animals is wild.
The dry alpine scrub and dry coniferous type of forest are the type of flora in the sanctuary. Another rich flora that is found in the sanctuary is the dwarf juniper scrub, the coniferous forest and the temperate type of forest of Himalayan region.
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