This sanctuary is home to a diversity of flora and fauna and is spread over an area of 1,600 sq km. It is located in the Ladakhi Changthang Plateau in the Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir. It boasts of the highest lake on earth, Tso Moriri. Not just that it is also believed to include the world's highest village, Korzok Village that draws tourists for the Korzok Monastery. From sighting the rare snow leopard, one can also spot a kiang or a wild ass, along with the dark-necked crane. Other interesting species one can find are the Tibetan wolf, wild yak, bharal, brown bear and the mormot that seems to be present everywhere. It also has a wide variety of avifauna and around 44 types of waterbirds and seasonal species of migratory birds are also found here.

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