Perched on the high hills of the eastern corner of India, Mizoram is a home of rich variety of flora and fauna distributed in its lush green, diversified terrain with steep slopes separated by rivers rolling towards north and south. With its deep gorges between the hills and falls, green valleys and streams, Mizoram is blessed with natural beauty. Apart from its natural beauties, Mizoram is host to numerous species of birds, wildlife and flora. Mammal species observed in Mizoram forests include Slow loris (Sahuai), the state animal Red Serow (Saza), Goral (Sathar), Tiger (Sakei), Leopard (Keite), Clouded Leopard (Kelral), Leopard Cat (Sanghar), and Asiatic black bear (Savawm), Sun bear (Samang/mangthir). The state is also home to many reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.