Takkar National Park
Takkar National Park is located in Kot Diji Tehsil, Khairpur District, Sindh, Pakistan. It is the second national park in the province of Sindh. It was established in June 2020, 46 years after the first national park, Kirthar National Park, was set up in 1974. The park covers an area of 17,540 acres of land. The topography of the park includes mountains, plains, and deserts. The park features a diverse landscape of mountains, plains, and deserts. It is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna.
The park is rich in biodiversity and is home to a variety of animal species. These include foxes, jackals, jungle cats, chinkara deer, Houbara bustards, and falcons. The area is also abundant in vegetation. That will help the population growth of animals and boost the growth of vegetation. It will also attract researchers alongside tourists. As well as several endangered animal species will get a chance to thrive again. The government intends to reintroduce various animal species, including chinkara deer.