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In winters Bihar's temperature varies from 0 degrees to 10-degree Celcius to its lowest.
Monsoon started from mid-June to end of September.
Rivers in Bihar - Ganges, Gandaki, Pun Pun and son river.
National park in Bihar - Valmiki National Park
Wildlife sanctuaries - Bhimbandh, Gautam Budha, Kaimur, Kanwar lake, Udaypur, Pant and Vikramshila Gangetic.
Fauna - Bihar is having the good presence of dolphins in Ganga and Brahmaputra name 'susu'.
Bihar is a state in East India. It is bounded by Uttar Pradesh to the west, Nepal to the north, West Bengal to the east and Jharkhand to the south. About 7% of the state is protected forest area.
Flora of Bihar - The Indian state of Bihar contains sub-Himalayan foothills and mountains with moist deciduous forests. Rainfall may exceed 1600 millimeters per year. Common trees include Shorea robusta (sal), Toona ciliata, Diospyros melanoxylon (kendu), Boswellia serrata (salai), Terminalia tomentosa (asan), Terminalia bellirica (bahera), Terminalia arjuna (arjun), Pterocarpus marsupium (paisar), Madhuca indica (mahua).
Plants of Bihar include:
1. Holarrhena antidysenterica
2. Flemingia chappar
3. Ziziphus xylopyrus
4. Bauhinia vahlii
5. Smilex protifrera
6. Butea superba
7. Butea parviflora
Minerals in Bihar - The Shergotty meteorite is the first example of the shergottite Mars meteorite family.
Other forests - Lower Gangetic plains moist deciduous forests and upper Gangetic Plains moist deciduous forests