Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary which is also known as the Jeypore Rainforest is located in the Dibrugarh and Tinsukia districts of Assam. Dehing Patkai was declared as a wildlife Sanctuary in 13 June, 2004 and later on in December 2020, this rainforest was upgraded as a national park. Being a rainforest, this National Park is very rich in biodiversity in terms of both Flora and Fauna. Nearly 50 mammal species, 47 reptile species and 310 butterfly species have been recorded in this National park. Very rare species like Chinese pangolin, dhole or Asian wild dog, Himalayan black bear, Malayan sun bear, crab-eating mongoose, small-toothed palm civet, binturong, jungle cat, leopard cat, Asian golden cat, marbled cat, Bengal tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, Asian elephant, gaur, red serow, sambar, barking deer, Red giant flying squirrel, crestless Himalayan porcupine and Asiatic bush-tailed porcupineare found in this national park. DehingPatkai National Park is a real gem for all Nature lovers, Researchers and Wildlife Photographers.