WWF-India works with the Arunachal Pradesh State Forest Department, local communities, as well as local monasteries to reduce the impact of human activities on the forests and high altitude wetlands, and to conserve critical wildlife species and its habitat.

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The landscape is best known for the wide variety of rhododendron species found here, estimated at 32 species and five subspecies, and also as the home of the elusive red panda and the snow leopard.

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