Dibru-Saikhowa is a National Park and Biosphere Reserve situated on the south bank of the river Brahmaputra in India’s extreme east of Assam state. Dibru-Saikhowa, with an area of 340 sq km, is among the most vibrant wilds on earth and is also distinct for its pristine scenic beauty. Situated in the flood plain of Brahmaputra, The park is a haven for many extremely rare and endangered species of Wildlife.
The forest type of Dibru-Saikhowa comprises semi-evergreen forests, deciduous forests, littoral and swamp forests, and patches of wet evergreen forests. The Dibru-Saikhowa National Park, famous for its Ferral horses, has so far identified 36 species of animals and over 400 species of birds. Thirty-six species of mammals are – Tiger, Elephant, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Bears, Small Indian Civet, Squirrels, Gangetic Dolphin, Slow Loris, Assamese Macaque, Rhesus Macaque, Capped Langur, Hoolock Gibbon, Wild Pigs, Sambar, Barking Deer, Water Buffalo, Feral Horses, etc.