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Khangchendzonga National Park

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Khangchendzonga

Khangchendzonga National Park is in West Sikkim in northwestern India. It is a world heritage site.

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The park is named after Khangchendzonga, India's highest and the world's third highest mountain, located in the park. With an elevation of 8,586 m above the sea level, the mountain was until the mid 19th century believed to be the highest mountain in the world. The park is also known for many glaciers, including the 26 km long Zemu glacier.

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Animals you can spot in the park include snow leopards, musk deer and Himalayan taar.

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