Endemic Animals of Arunachal Pradesh








Namdapha flying squirrel
Namdapha flying squirrel
The Namdapha flying squirrel is an arboreal, nocturnal flying squirrel endemic to Arunachal Pradesh in northeast India, where it is known from a single specimen collected in Namdapha National Park in 1981. No population estimate is available for B. biswasi, but the known habitat is tall Mesua ferrea jungles, often on hill slopes in the catchment area of Dihing River in northeastern India.
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Namdapha flying squirrel
Oligodon erythrorhachis
Oligodon erythrorhachis
Oligodon erythrorhachis, the Namsang kukri snake, is a species of snake found in India .
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Oligodon erythrorhachis
Arunachal macaque
Arunachal macaque
The Arunachal macaque is a macaque native to Arunachal Pradesh in North-east India. It is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List. It was scientifically described in 2005. It is a relatively large brown primate with a comparatively short tail. Its species name comes from mun zala, meaning deep forest monkey, as it is called by the Monpa people of West Kameng and Tawang.
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Arunachal macaque
Mechuka giant flying squirrel
Mechuka giant flying squirrel
The Mechuka giant flying squirrel is a species of rodent in the family Sciuridae. First described in 2007 from East Himalayan forests at altitudes of 1,500
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Mechuka giant flying squirrel