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Arunachal Pradesh lies on the topographical fronts of Himalayan plateau in the easternmost corner of India. It enjoys a climate with transitionally three distinct components and the altitude varies with elevation toward north from 3500 m to 7500 m on the Indo-China borderlands. The middle hilly terrain of the eastern Himalayan extension and Siwalik Hills rising to altitude of about 1500 m to 2000 m are prominent feature of this longitudinal zone. The south east hill plains form the third component, which is conducive for different species of livestock rearing.

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Shri Bidol Tayeng, IAS
Secretary, AHV&DD
Dr. N. D. Minto
Director, AHV&DD