Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary Lower Dibang Valley Arunachal Pradesh

Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary Lower Dibang Valley Arunachal Pradesh (28°12’30’’N, 95°49’11’’E, 281.5 km2) is named after the Mehao Lake, which was created as a result of the ‘Independence day’ earthquake on 15th August, 1950. The sanctuary is situated in Lower Dibang Valley district, and spans altitudes ranging from 400 m to 3568 m above sea lev

A rugged mountainous belt with its panoramic landscape is beyond description. It is a land of wonder for tourists and living treasure for Scientists  Ornithologists, Zoologists, Botanists, Ecologists. Indeed, a virgin natural forest with unique natural lakes in the midst of wilderness.Mehao Wildlife sanctuary is located near Roing and covers an area of 281.5 sq. km. The altitude varies from 400m to 3568m from Mean Sea Level (MSL). The sanctuary derives its name from Mehao Lake, a vast and virgin lake and is situated at a distance of 17 km from Roing. It is mainly famous for Hollock gibbon, Tiger, Elephant, Leopard etc. and Dibang Wild life sanctuary: cover an area 4149 sq. km. The sanctuary is famous for musk dear, black beer, leopard,  khali, etc. and many other rare birds are the wild life of this sanctuary. 


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