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An Overview of Biodiversity in Bhutan
Asian Journal of Research in Agriculture and Forestry
Bhutan is included in the Eastern Himalayan biodiversity hotspot. Because the country's total forest cover surpasses 70%, the exclusive hotspot is a paradise for rich biological diversity. Some of the world's most endangered species can be found in Bhutan's five national parks, four wildlife sanctuaries, one strict nature reserve, a network of biological corridors, and even outside the Protected Areas. The country's documentation of its rich flora and fauna is in the early stage, and todoi:10.9734/ajraf/2022/v8i130144 fatcat:2x6ffdynmrcivede42zjs44mym