Kathmandu: CC cameras have been installed at various places to make a record of census and preservation of wild animals in the Dolpa region according to the RSS report Tuesday.
The areas including Patan and hinterlands of Jagdulla Rural Municipality have at least 50 CC Cameras fixed at various places. Even the den of snow leopard has been brought under the boundary of the CC camera.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is funding the fixation of CC cameras in the Patan area said the officials of Phoksundo National Park.
A census of at least 3000 animals will be recorded with the support of these CC Cameras and the cameras will also be used as a measure to protect the animals in the park.
Phokshundo is the largest national park in Nepal which is spread across Dolpa and Mugu districts. In this national park, 200 species of birds and 32 species of butterflies are found. The deepest Phokshundo lake also is located here.
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