Lawachara is one of the best national sanctuary in Bangladesh. In 1997 Bangladesh government declared it a National Park. This forest is built by the British, the time of their rule in Indian Subcontinent.
Biological diversity in the Lawachara National Park consists of 460 species, of which 167 species are plants, 4 amphibian species, 6 reptile species, 246 bird species and 20 mammal species.
Different types of plants make the natural view of ‘Lawachara’ more thrilling and attractive. Trees like Raktan, Erythrina Indica, Shegun, Orchid, Fishtail Palm, Dhootora, etc. are found in plenty in ‘Lawachara’. ‘Lawachara’ consists of a huge bamboo forest. Among the bamboos, ‘Jai Bash’ is a bamboo which is very thick and very rare. ‘Agor’ tree is another excellent legend in ‘Lawachara’.
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