The Great Himalayan National Park is located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh in the Kullu region. This park is considered to be one of the newest additions to India's national parks. The park was originally built in the year 1984. The park is located at an altitude of 1500 to 6000m and is spread over an area of 1,171 km. The National park is inhabited by various types of flora and fauna and one can see more than 375 fauna species which mostly comprises of around 31 mammals, 127 insects, 11 annelids, 3 reptiles, 181 birds, 9 amphibians and 17 mollusks. The Great Himalayan National park is believed to be at the junction of world's two major faunal regions, namely the oriental towards the south and palaearctic in the north. The main flora of the forest is of the temperate type, making it represent the western most extension of the Sino-Japanese Region.
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