The National Park with Khuvsgul Lake Basin is in compliance with the Law on Special Protected Areas in 1992 as a World Heritage Site. In Khuvsgul basin there are 59 species of mammals, 244 bird species and 750 species of plants. There are about 60 types of herbs. Forests and marshes, rainforests, elms, brown bears, wild boars, roe deer, red deer, squirrel, cilantro, corset, maniac, corsac fox, leopard, fox, wolf, reindeer, argali and ibex. Birds recorded as Very Rare in the Red Book, such as the Khangai Swan, the Moon, the Altai snowcock, the seagulls, the black woodpeckers, the pelvic anus, the Mongolian lover, the mockingjay and the ducks. The forest covers 28% of the Khuvsgul river basin and grows 255 420 hectare, poplar, leafy birch, fragrant poppy, Siberian spruce, Siberian larch, pine nuts, Siberian cedar and Siberian saxaul. The Tsaatans live in the taiga basin of Khuvsgul Basin where they are called Uighurs. Their native territory will be Mongolia’s Ulan-Ude and Shishlag River. The Great Lakes of Hövsgöl is located in the four seasons. The Tsaatans are historians of the Tuvan of Mongolia who migrated from Tuva to Tuv aimag and settled in the taiga of Hövsgöl. The Tsaatans are ethnic minorities with their own language, customs, religion and unique lifestyle and they have Uighurs. Shamanism. The main way to get involved is to rejuvenate and to live with hunting. They live in extreme weather conditions of up to 31-50 min. The Tsaatans believe that there is no written history for them, and their traditions are losing. Their share of life is reduced, the number of reindeer people, their illness, and the greater degree of their physical well-being affects the Tsaatans’ living standards, thereby losing their traditional patterns of life. Lake Hövsgö: Lake originated 7 million years ago. It is located at Alag-Erdene, Renchinlkhumbe, Khankh, Chandmani-Undur soums of Khuvsgul aimag and 101 km north of Murun. It is 2760 square kilometers, 34-36 kilometers wide, 136 kilometers long and 262 meters deep, with a height of 1645 meters above sea level. The length of the coastline is 414 kilometers and the second is Asia. Lake Hovsgol has 46 rivers and streams, totaling 5300 square kilometers. It accounts for 1% of the world’s freshwater. About 70% of the bottom of the lake is 100 meters deep.
12 species of fish, including Siberian grayling and lenok. It is frozen by the end of November and the ice thickness is 1 meter. It is surrounded by high mountains and is surrounded by Khoridol Saridag mountain range and Bayayan mountain range at 3000-3200 meters to the southwest. The shore of the lake is a flat rock. Left on the left. The western part of Lake Hövsgöl is the Darkhad Depression basin. The Darkhad Depression is one of the coldest places in Mongolia. There are four islands in Lake Khuvsgul: Woodon Khur, Khaan Khur, Dalai Khur and Low Khol. The largest of these is the “Sea of the Seas”, which is about 126 meters high, 3 kilometers long, 2 kilometers wide, and 5.8 square kilometers wide. The “Khadan” Island is a high-altitude shellfish, so many birds congregate. “Wooden cord” has a very beautiful environment. Water transparency is 24.5 m. The rocks in the shoreline are bronze temples. Legend of Khuvsgul: When Mongolia was under the rule of Manchu, the people of Mongolia were tired of paying tribute to their natural environment. At that time the decision to tax the lake was made by the Manchu emperor. The local people argue that “Khuvsgul is not a lake”. What is being confirmed by the ocean is that it is the ocean because it flows 100 in Huvs. Manchurian-Chinese experts have learned a lot about Lake Khovsgol, so they know they do not pour 100 trees. Then he set a day to count the streams. The Mongols were raining in the morning before the morning, pondering and reading the scriptures. All the rivers of the rivers were rivers and streams, and only counted in one part only 100 points. It was said that the lake of Khubsugul was sealed to the Manchu empire and taxed from taxation.
From Murun city to Khatgal village, paved road and soon Bulgan- Murun paved road. 680 km from Murun city of Ulaanbaatar. 104 km from Khatgal village from Murun town. Facts about Lake Hövsgöl:
1. The deepest lake in Mongolia is 262.4 m.
2. The longest lake in Mongolia is 136 km.
3. The clearest lake in Mongolia is 24-25 m.
4. The freshest lake in Mongolia 1 promo.
5. The lake with the largest ice thickness of 1.5 m.
6. The main river in Mongolia is 99 rivers.
7. Mongolia’s main shortest name, Eg.
8. Lake Mongolia’s largest freshwater lake is 381 km3.