The Norwegian mountain range is being transformed from a national forest into a national wildlife refuge.
But this year the government is considering expanding it to include a second area.
The mountain range covers a large part of Norway and parts of Denmark and it is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna.
It includes the world’s highest peak, Nisbitt’s Peak, as well as the world-famous Kanchenjo-Densen ski resort.
But the country is still in the early stages of establishing the country’s first national wildlife park, according to a report published in Nature Communications.
The Kanchets mountain range comprises about 20,000 square kilometres of land and has a population of about 12,000.
The area was given the name after the Norwegian king’s grandson, King Henrik, who lived there in the 16th century.
The King Henriksons grandson, the Duke of Kanchet, founded the Kanchelts region in 1885.
He died in 1937 and his son, Duke Erik, came to power in the 1950s.
In 1994, the government formed a special commission to establish the park, and in the years since it has established a wildlife park in the area.
In the first five years, the commission found more than 1,500 animals, and the population has grown from 10,000 to more than 22,000 animals.
A new wildlife refuge would provide better protection from the weather, as the land is protected from winds and floods, according the report.
It also provides better access to the wilderness areas of the Kondalen region and could provide better wildlife habitat for wildlife species.
The new national wildlife reserve would have a total area of around 9.6 square kilometres.
It would include the Kinkaja mountains, Kanches mountains, Skagerrak, the Kishonenjungas mountains, and Kjellarsjok mountains, the report said.
The park would include both national parks and national reserves, and would include an area of about 1,800 hectares (4,100 acres).
It would be a “national treasure” and would “reduce the risk of fragmentation, and increase the possibility of biodiversity protection for both animals and people,” it said.