forest provides a refuge for a number of other threatened or unusual
are most commonly encountered in SW areas where they migrate to/from
the adjacent Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve.
bears are found in the Park: claw-marks on trees can be found
on a number of trees (especially where they have been searching
for honey). Asian
black bears (right) are rehabilitated
near the Park HQ, but there is doubt concerning their original
status in the park itself.
deer and Indian
muntjac (barking deer) are commonly encountered on night
tours. Other commonly seen mammals include:
(below), the largest species of wild cattle, may be seen - nowadays
usually in the south of the park: most commonly by encountering
have been recorded, but there have been no recent sightings, although
leopards may still be found.