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Palas, Kohistan has incredible wildlife, it is home to the largest population of Western horned tragopan, Khalij, Koklass and Himalayan monal occur here, whereas the Cheer pheasent has been reintroduced here. There are 230 bird species in this tehsil. Mammals include carnivores such as the Persian leopard, Himalayan black bear and Red fox are found here. Ungulates such as the Himalayan goral, Himalayan musk deer and Wild boar are found here. For the protection of these species 1 national park, 3 wildlife sanctuaries and 5 game reserves have been established. Several surveys on other wildlife have also been compiled by experts including one on musk deer by Naeem Ashraf Raja.
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