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Documentation to strengthen species conservation

The first-ever pictorial guide to faunal diversity of Jigme Dorji National Park (JDNP) is expected to help strengthen conservation of diverse faunal species in the park through documentation and research.

The guide has documented 33 species of mammals, 12 amphibians, 21 reptiles, 90 birds, 14 dragonflies and damselflies, 41 butterflies, and three wild bees. The species were recorded in the park for the first time.

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