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DEHRADUN: A preliminary digital evaluation of the Nanda Devi National Park revealed intensive harm to natural world of the sanctuary, a Unesco World heritage website, attributable to the flash flood. Forest officers stated that Raunthi space, the core zone of the nationwide park, had been badly hit.
Also, in response to consultants of the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG) in addition to different institutes finding out causes behind the flood, the water had additional broken a 22km stretch from Raunthi to Tapovan. The present had sliced off a facet of the mountain, sweeping away timber, medicinal herbs, shrubs, endangered species like musk deer, Himalayan goats in addition to leopards.
“The preliminary digital analysis, done by expert scientists, shows around 200 hectares of the forest has been lost. In terms of area, the losses can amount to several lakhs, as it was the habitat of precious trees and animals — Himalayan birch, Pindrow Fir, Surai, Kaangar and Kael as well as musk deer, Himalayan goats, bharals, and leopards,” stated vary officer of Vijay Lal Arya. A forest workforce will give its ultimate report by the top of this week, stated DFO of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve NB Sharma. “The team is yet to reach the actual spot, as there is no connectivity,”he stated.
Speaking on the situation of anonymity, officers of the forest division stated that “the loss in monetary terms may turn out to be immense after an adequate evaluation is done”. An official stated, “The area is among some of the rarest in the Himalayan zone and its flora and fauna has been devastated.”

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