Observations on some roadkill of snakes and mammals adjacent to Satchari National park, Bangladesh

Quamruzzaman M Debbarma P Mehedi AHM     

Abstract

Satchari National Park is one of the biodiversity rich protected forests in north-east region of Bangladesh which is potentially a biodiversity hotspot of that region. A road passing adjacent to this National Park is the growing concern for wildlife now a day because of accident due to vehicular traffic. About 8 different species of wildlife fauna were found dead due to collision with vehicles. We mainly focused on the mortality of snakes and mammals during the study. The following opportunistic survey was conducted from May 2015 and April 2016 to observe the actual scenario of the roadkills animals.


MS Received Date:   2016-07-23  MS Accepted Date:  2016-09-23  MS Published Date:  2016-09-24
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Quamruzzaman M, Debbarma P., Mehedi AHM. "Observations on some roadkill of snakes and mammals adjacent to Satchari National park, Bangladesh" Journal of Zoology Studies 3.4 (2016): 87-90.
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Quamruzzaman, M., Debbarma, P., Mehedi, AHM. (2016). Observations on some roadkill of snakes and mammals adjacent to Satchari National park, Bangladesh. Journal of Zoology Studies, 3(4), 87-90.
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Quamruzzaman M, Debbarma P, Mehedi AHM. Observations on some roadkill of snakes and mammals adjacent to Satchari National park, Bangladesh. Journal of Zoology Studies. 2016; 3(4): 87-90.
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