Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, located in one of the oldest mountain ranges in India was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1980. It has a very rich flora and fauna. The vegetation starts from sub-tropical thorn forests in the foot hills to sub-tropical evergreen forests along PRIYEN water courses and valleys at higher altitudes. A variety of rare and endangered species of animals are found here. The leopard is the apex predator. Other animals found here include sambhar, jungle cat, small Indian civet, wolf, hyaena, jackal, Indian fox, common langur, wild boar, bear, pangolin, common mongoose, Indian hare, porcupine and hedgehog.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT MOUNT ABU
The average minimum and maximum temperature of Mount Abu is as given below. The best time to visit Mount Abu is also specified.