Saddle Peak National Park is a national park in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in India. It was set up in 1979. 
Climate [ edit ]
It covers an area of 33 square miles (85.47 km
2). The climate here is typically oceanic. Temperature usually varies between 20–30 °C (68–86 °F). June to October is the rainy season. 
Among the animals found here are
Andaman wild pig, Andaman hill myna, Andaman imperial pigeon, water monitor, dolphins, whales and the Saltwater crocodile. 
The Saddle Peak National Park is surrounded by moist, tropical vegetation as well as deciduous evergreen forest.
 The species  and Scolopia pusilla are found in these Islands that are not found in the Cleistanthus robustus mainland India.
References [ edit ]
Bisht, R.S. (1995). National parks of India. New Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India. p. 71. ISBN . 8123001789
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Negi, S.S. (1993). Biodiversity and its conservation in India. New Delhi: Indus. p. 190. ISBN . 8185182884
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Negi, S.S. (2002). Handbook of national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, and biosphere reserves in India (3rd rev. ed.). New Delhi: Indus Pub. Co. p. 52. ISBN . 8173871280
New Reports to the Flora of India from Saddle Peak National Park, North Andaman. Rheedea. Vol. 19 (1 & 2) 69-71. 2009
Coordinates: 13°09′31″N 93°00′20″E / 13.15861°N 93.00556°E