Located in the district of Morigaon, Pabitora is one of the major wildlife sanctuaries of Assam. It is situated about 50 kilometers from the city of Guwahati.

Wildlife: Covering an area of 15.9 sq-km, Pabitora is mostly famous for his great one-horned rhinoceros of India.

Mammals: Rhinoceros horns of an Indian, leopard, J├Ąckel, wild boar, Chinese Pangolin, smooth Indian otter, large Indian civet cat, small Indian civet cat, and so on.

Birds: Greater assistant stork, little helper stork, white-necked stork, Black-necked stork, pelican of Spotbilled, Swamp Francolin, White-heron made handbag, white Ibis, wild goose, goose, duck iron, Trullo of Falcatan, etc.

Other fauna: There are 27 reptile and 9 amphibian species recorded so far by the research team.

The Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the Morigaon district of Assam on the border of Nagaon and Kamrup Dist in the state of northeastern India. It is supposed to be the main action of the fauna, in an area of 38.8 Sq Km cover. The Pobitora wildlife sanctuary is about 50 km from Guwahati. Although the total notified area of the park is about 38.80 square kilometers, but the remaining area is to tip the Hillocks. Pobitora was declared a forest reserve in 1971 and a wildlife sanctuary ten years later.

Pobitora is mainly famous for its great horned Indian rhinoceros.

In addition to the other animals are rhinoceros Asian buffalo, leopard, wild bear, the wildlife sanctuary of the civet cat Pobitora etc. Assam is also home to more than 2000 migratory birds and several reptiles. In Pobitora wildlife sanctuary, there are now 81 animals, an increase of ten percent over the past six years. 81 These Rhinos are simply surviving in the 16 square kilometer area of the park. Pobitora has exceeded its rhino-bearing capacity and superpuebla. The animals have begun moving outside the sanctuary in search of food, and the chances of serious conflict of man-animal are quite abundant. Furthermore, animals of doom are at risk of contracting the diseases that afflict pets. The wildlife experts, however, regretted that the sanctuary is surrounded by villages on all sides and so there is little scope to expand the protected area and it makes the animals more vulnerable to poachers than ever before.

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