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Shei-Pa National Park. Republic of China (Taiwan)
*Flora and Fauna
Flora
Devol's Balsamine
Devol's Balsamine

Shei-Pa National Park's complex terrain is home to a wide range of plant species. Surveys have shown that 1,135 species of vascular plant grow within the park, including broad-leaved, mixed broad-leaved and coniferous, coniferous forests, and tundra. Moreover, 61 of them are rare or very rare; some of which are severely endangered and in need of further protection and study, like Taiwan Sassafras (Sassafras randaiense), Devol's Balsamine (Impatiens devolii), Dumasia miaoliensis, and Epilobium nankotaizanens.
Fauna
Formosan Landlocked Salmon (Oncorhynchus masou formosanus)
Formosan Landlocked Salmon (Oncorhynchus masou formosanus)
Because of the diversity of vegetation within Shei-Pa National Park and the different climates and forest types produced by the range of elevations, from under 1,000 to over 3,000 meters above sea level, and because most of the park's area has not suffered from much human disturbance or destruction, the park provides animals with an abundant food supply, protection and suitable habitats. Thus, the area is rich in animal life and is home to many different species. Surveys have shown that there are at least:

Moreover, Taiwan has been separated from the Eurasian Plat for so long that many of the species and subspecies inhabiting the island are endemic, unique to Taiwan.

26 of these endemic species live in Shei-Pa National Park, some of them very rare, for instance Formosan Black Bear (Selenarctos tibetanus formosanus), Formosan Macaque (Macaca cyclopsis Swinhoe), Formosan Land-locked Salmon (Oncorhynchus masou formosanus), Mikado Pheasant (Syrmaticus mikado),and Swinhoe's Blue Pheasant (Lophura swinhoii).
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