Why Save Forests: Forests for Biodiversity

The Forests of the Western Ghats are home to the Tiger, the Elephant and the Great Hornbill. The Western Ghats supports an immense amount of biological diversity - approximately 5000 species of flowering plants and 600 species of birds are found in this region. Unique species found nowhere else in the world live in the Western Ghats, these include charismatic mega-fauna such as the Tiger, Leopard, Asian Elephant, the Indian Bison (Gaur) and majestic birds such the Great Pied Hornbill and the Malabar Pied Hornbill
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