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Sea Turtles

Sea Turtles Along the shores of the Balochistan and Sindh beaches, five endangered sea turtle species are still surviving. They are the Green Sea turtles, Hawksbill turtles, Loggerhead turtles, Olive Ridley turtles and Leatherback turtles. Green Turtles breed in different countries in different season generally from July to November. In Pakistan, Green Turtle nests for  Full Article…

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Mugger Crocodile

Mugger Crocodile Geographic Range This croc is found primarily on the Indian subcontinent and extends into Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Biogeographic Regions oriental native indian ocean native Habitat This species is not only found in freshwater lakes, ponds, and marshes, but it has adapted well to reserviors, irrigation canals, human-made ponds, and even recently in  Full Article…

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Lalukhet Bird Market

Lalukhet Bird Market located in the heart of city is one of the busiest and largest bird markets of the regions speculators have even said that it is the largest of its kind in Asia. Description: Bird buyers and sailors come together from all parts of Karachi and all parts of Pakistan to do their  Full Article…

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Karachi Safari park

Karachi Safari Park, opened in 1970, is a public funded ‘family-only’ safari park covering an area of 148 acres (0.60┬ákm2), located in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It has a zoo, geared with viewing facilities like a chairlift and safari tracks, as well as two natural lakes. A privately funded amusement park, Go Aish, is located  Full Article…

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Yak

Yaks are found throughout northern icy valleys of Pakistan, especially in Gilgit Baltistan, both domesticated and wild. Yaks are heavily built animals with a bulky frame, sturdy legs, and rounded cloven hooves, and extremely dense, long fur that hangs down lower than the belly. While wild yaks are generally dark, blackish to brown, in colouration,  Full Article…

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