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ARTICLES AND LINKS ON WESTERN GHATS AND WILDLIFE

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WOOD WHO BURIED IN WOODS

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WOOD WHO BURIED IN WOODS* *Hugo Wood- 1870 to 1933* Grave of Hugo Wood Anamalai Tiger Reserve is the largest protected forest in South India with varied type of forests. From tropical wet evergreen to dry thorny scrub forest, the tract passes through moist deciduous, semi-evergreen, high shola grassland, tropical dry deciduous to thorny scrub forest in leeward. It harbours hundreds of species of plants, animals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals with high endemism. Topslip , near Pollachi, bordering Parambikulam Tiger Reserve of Kerala is the head quarters of the Anamalai Tig..

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CHINNAR- DREAMS OF RAINSHADOW

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Chinnar Wildlife sanctuary is located in Devikulam taluk of Idukki district. Chinnar was declared as wildlife sanctuary in 1984. The sanctuary has an area of 90 sq.km. Chinnar has the unique thorny scrub forest with Xerophytic vegetation. The physical location of the sanctuary is in the eastern slope of Anamalai bio-geographic zone of Western Ghats, which separate Palani Hills.

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WILDLIFE TOURISM IN WESTERN GHATS

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Kerala is a narrow stretch of crescent shaped land in the south west corner of India with mountains, backwaters, sea coast etc. The Wildlife of Kerala is restricted to the western ghats mountains - a biodiversity hot-spot. To take the challenge of conservation and population pressure , the forest authority of Kerala introduced wildlife and nature tourism in protected forest. It is to support local communities to minimize the pressure on forest and biodiversity.

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ROCK ARTS OF ANAMALAI VALLEY EAST

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Walk Through Ages* -My love with Anjunad-Marayoor valley starts from 1993. At that time, my role was an associate director of a movie. Then after, this enchanting and mystic mountains and valleys dragged my soul and mind into its unfathomed beauty. Later in 1994 I took a video documentary titled ‘Megaliths of Marayoor’ for DD Trivandrum. Since then my curiosity driving me through the rich heritage fields of Anchunad. Then I realized that there existed a boundless continuity of a vanished culture extent beyond the political boundaries.