Chapramari Railway Track & Wild life .
The Wildlife Protection Society of India reported that 20 elephants were killed in 2007.& In 2013, the tally on the Chapramari track, specifically, reached 17 including those killed by the 13 November accident.A large variety of flora and fauna are found in the forests. Chapramari is known for its elephant population. Gaur (commonly known as Indian bison) are not uncommon in the Chapramari region. Rhinoceros, Deer, boars, and leopards are also found there. The place is popular with bird watchers, with parakeets, kingfishers, and green pigeons found in abundance.This forest based 7 km railway track is most important as all the time there may be possibilities of moving train and animals collision ,Need to be implement proper policy for safety of wild animal there. A Film By Jasoprakas.