Chumbi Surla Wildlife Sanctuary
|Chumbi Surla Wildlife Sanctuary (Chumbi Surla)|
|Elevation||2,475 ft (754 m)|
|Area||559.45 km2 (216 sq mi)|
|Biome||Irano-Turanian mountains (AS06)|
|Animal||Indian gray mongoose, Gray wolf, Jungle cat, Urial|
|Management||Wildlife and Parks Department,
Government of Punjab
|IUCN category||IV - Habitat/Species government Area|
Chumbi Surla is located in north of Khushab
Chumbi Surla Wildlife Sanctuary (shortened as Chumbi Surla) is a wildlife sanctuary covering an area of 55,945 acres (22,640 ha). It is located in Chakwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. It was established in 1978, for the purpose of conserving the threatened species of Urial among several other.
The area is surrounded by reserve forests and hills. Average altitude ranges between 460-1050 m above the sea level. Temperature is between 10-40°C while average annual rainfall is 4994 mm. The forest supports scrub biome having dry subtropical evergreen vegetation.
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