Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary is a little asylum, covering a zone of around 20.98 sq. km. The haven is named so as it is a living space of the hoolock gibbon, the main primate species found in India. It has semi-evergreen woods and evergreen patches of tea gardens and offers safe house to changed greenery and fauna.
The haven is home to different warm blooded animals, including elephants, tigers, panthers, Assamese macaques, pig followed macaques, topped langurs and wilderness felines. The Indian civet, monster squirrel, sambar, wild pigs and woofing deer can likewise be spotted inside the sanctuary.
The asylum is possessed by different inhabitant and in addition transient winged creatures, for example, the Indian pied hornbill, slope myna, osprey and kalij fowl. Different types of reptiles found in the asylum incorporate the Indian tent turtle, Indian python, normal screen reptile and Indian cobra.