Rainforest in India

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Rainforest in India. Rainforest in India. Project by: Roll no:33 to 40 2021-22.

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According to Google: A thick forest in tropical parts of the world that have a lot of rain.

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The best example of a tropical evergreen forest in India is found in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Best Places To Stay For A Wildlife Experience: Barefoot at Havelock, Pristine Beach Resort, Diglipur Best Time To Visit: November to February Places To Visit: Havelock Island, Diglipur, and Baratang.

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The most isolated, dense, and unspoiled rain forests in India can be found in the Assam region of Northeast India. Best Places To Stay For A Wildlife Experience: Resort Banalata, Padmini Resort, Tinsukia Best Time To Visit: October to April Places To Visit: Kaziranga National Park, North Cachar Hills, and Dibrugarh.

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Found mostly in Maharashtra and Karnataka, a stretch of moist deciduous forests can be found in the northern part of the Western Ghats covering a total area of around 30,000 square kilometres.Best Places To Stay For A Wildlife Experience: Bandipur Safari Lodge, Bison River Resort Best Time To Visit: September to March Places To Visit: Eravikulam National Park, Silent Valley National Park, Chandoli National Park, and Kudremukh National Park.

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While Maharashtra and Karnataka are known as the North Western Ghats, it is Kerala and Tamil Nadu that comprises South Western Ghats Moist Deciduous ForestBest Places To Stay For A Wildlife Experience: NA Best Time To Visit: October to March Places To Visit: Kodaikanal, Valparai, Mattupetty, Lovedale, and Meghamalais..

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Brahmaputra Valley is the pride of the North Eastern region of this country. While some parts are in West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh, and Nagaland, this valley is majorly situated in the state of AssamBest Places To Stay For A Wildlife Experience: Wild Grass Lodge, Risong Guest House Best Time To Visit: October to April Places To Visit: Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary, Kaziranga National Park, and Manas National Park.

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Evergreen Forests are every nature’s lover delight. From being a nature escape to a treat to the eyes, these forests have something rejuvenating about them.Best Places To Stay For A Wildlife Experience: Barehipani Guest House, Swosti Chilika Resort Best Time To Visit: October Places To Visit: Nandankanan Wildlife Sanctuary, Chilka Wildlife Sanctuary, Nalbana Bird Sanctuary, and Balukhand-Konark Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Benefits and help from Rainforest in India.

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?️ Climate Did you know that rainforests actually regulate the climate that we live in. Plants release water through a process called evapotranspiration ?️Climate Change Rainforests help stabilize the world’s climate by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Scientists have shown that excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere from human activities is contributing to climate change. Therefore, living rainforests have an important role in mitigating climate change.

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?️ Affects If majority of rainforest were destroyed the affect would be catastrophic. By either causing a drought or a permanent winter. Freezing crops or dehydrating them to the point of destruction. ?️Medicine rainforests are the number 1 producer of it. There are multiple cures from the rainforest and only 1% of the rainforests around the world have been checked for its medicinal value..

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Logging interests cut down rain forest trees for timber used in flooring, furniture, and other items. Power plants and other industries cut and burn trees to generate electricity. The paper industry turns huge tracts of rain forest trees into pulp..

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The cattle industry uses slash-and-burn techniques to clear ranch land. Agricultural interests, particularly the soy industry, clear forests for cropland. Subsistence farmers slash-and-burn rain forest for firewood and to make room for crops and grazing lands. Mining operations clear forest to build roads and dig mines. Governments and industry clear-cut forests to make way for service and transit roads. Hydroelectric projects flood acres of rain forest.

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Conclusion. Tropical rainforests are important resources that could not be replaced. By destroying the tropical rainforests, we are destroying the ecosystem and environment, which in turn threaten the human species ourselves. Laws should be enforced to help in the preservation of tropical rainforests..

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This project is created by:. PowerPoint presentation and video edited by : : Aditya Ashok Shelar. Roll no 36. Information provided by : Roni Reji Anandita Singh Rupal Thakur Sai Surve. Abhishek Shinde. Anjali Ray..