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The Gir National Park lies in the Gujarat peninsula in Western India. It’s fascinating semi-desert landscape is dry and deciduous, the perfect habitat for the critically endangered Asiatic lion. In fact, this is the last surviving refuge of the lion. Smaller Gir carnivores include the leopard, the jackal, striped hyena, and fox. The park is also home to different species of deer – sambar, considered the largest Indian deer, and the chousingha, the world’s only four horned antelope, are found here. The exotic flora of Gir National Park shelters more than 200 species of birds. Some of the endangered Gir birds are raptors like the critically endangered white-backed and long-billed vultures. The forest is declared protected by the Indian Bird Conservation Network.