Faunal biodiversity study starts today

A faunal biodiversity study is being conducted for the first time in the country starting in western Nepal, to assess the status of existing animal life, their habitats and identify the conservation challenges faced by the wildlife species along the Chure region that stretches from Ilam in the East and Kanchanpur in the West, covering 36 districts. Faunal biodiversity study starts today
Chitranga Thapa
Published at : August 26, 2016
Updated at : August 26, 2016 09:22