Kirthar National Park
Kirthar National Park is located in Jamshoro District, Sindh, Pakistan. It is the second largest national park in Pakistan, covering an area of about 3000 square kilometres. The park established in 1974. It was the first park in Pakistan to be included in the UN National Park List.
This National Park is home to leopards in Pakistan. There are also many different species of birds including jackal, fox, wild cat, mountain goat, Barasingha, Hedgehog, mountain lizard, Markhur and Chinkara.
The Hub Dam, Mount Tarash, the ancient tombs of Tong and the famous fort of Rani Kot are located within this park. The park is also home to the Mahal Kohistan Wildlife Sanctuary. The park extends to Kirthar mountains and Karachi.