Saiful Muluk National Park
|Saiful Maluk National Park|
Lake Saiful Maluk and mountain peaks, at Saiful Muluk National Park
|Elevation||10,735 ft (3,272 m)|
|Area||880 km2 (340 sq mi)|
Saiful Muluk National Park is located in the Naran Valley in Mansehra District of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, in northern Pakistan. The park was created in 2003. The scenic Saif ul Maluk Lake is in the park.
Flora and fauna
Some of the park's fauna includes the snow leopard, asiatic black bear, marmot, weasel, eurasian lynx, indian leopard, Himalayan snowcock, and the snow partridge. The park's lakes and wetlands habitats are of significant ecological importance for resident fauna and migratory waterfowl.
Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park, with Lulusar Lake and Dudipatsar Lake, is adjacent to Saiful Muluk National Park in the Kaghan Valley—Naran Valley region. Together the parks protect 88,000 hectares (220,000 acres).
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