Lippa-Asra wildlife sanctuary

  • The sanctuary is part of district Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh and also is part of Moorang town.
  • It was established in 1974 and is spread over an area of 3089 hectares.
  • It hosts wide range of flora and fauna due to varied elevation, different climatic situation and topographical type of weather found in its vicinity
  • 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 part of it.
  • It houses wild species of animal like Yak, Ibex, Blue Sheep, Himalayan Musk Deer, Goral, Brown Bear and Himalayan Black Bear.
  • The dry alpine scrub and dry coniferous type of forest are main type of flora found in this sanctuary. 
  • Besides, dwarf juniper scrub, coniferous forest and temperate type of forest of Himalayan region is also found in this sanctuary. - Lippa-Asra wildlife sanctuary

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