Indian Jackal is one of the canid species found in India and very adaptable to urban and city life. Indian forests can be classified in six major groups namely, 1. Forest protects the soil from being eroded. A naturally diverse vegetation, approximately 45,500 different species of flora have been found in the Indian forests; where 5,000 species are available in India only. Tree Mangrove forests: These forests occur on both east and west sea coasts. In the sanctuaries and national parks, nobody is allowed to cut down any tree or kill any animal. Pastures are grazed by migratory cattle in summer.
Thorny Forests: These are mostly found in the dry areas of the Indian desert and parts of the Deccan Plateau. Evergreen and Semi-evergreen Forest The evergreen forests mainly comprises of evergreen trees that retain their green foliage throughout the year. This large lizard are hunt on the ground and may be more arboreal, Asian water monitor lizard is another species found in India. The blackbuck is a diurnal antelope inhabits grassy plains and slightly forested areas. India has a large variety of forest in India. The predominant forest types of India are tropical dry deciduous and tropical moist deciduous. About 60% of non-wood forest products production is consumed locally.
Therefore the trees never lose their leaves. This type of forest is frequent in West Bengal, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan. Subtropical montane forests: These forests are found in the region of fairly high rainfall but where temperature differences between winter and summer are less marked. The natural vegetation of a region is closely linked to its climate. The deciduous trees shed their leaves during the winter and hot summer months. Indian forests are more than trees and an economic resource. Scrub and Thorny Forest The scrub and thorny forests are seen in the arid parts of the Deccan Plateau located in the north-eastern part of the state.
India launched its National Forest Policy in 1988. Major common trees of this type forest are Juniper, Rhododendron, Willow and Black Currant. This legislation was deeply resented by many communities supporting Chipko because, the regulation further excluded the local people from the forest around them. Who is the biggest animal in India? Only a few shade loving plants can grow in the ground layer in areas where some light filters down from the closed canopy. Apart from these forests, from economic, social and ecological point of view, some other forests are also important.
Barasingha — Swamp Deer Barasingha deer also known as swamp deer is the and feed on grasses and aquatic plants. Basically, these forests are generated where average annual rainfall ranges varies from 51 cm to 151. The trees shed their leaves during the cold season. The common constituents of vegetation are Acacia modesta, Olea cuspidata, etc. Leaves are typically solid and tiny to curtail evaporation.
Many of these flora and fauna species are endemic to India. The common trees of these forests are Rhizophora mucronata, R. A large diversity of birds, tortoise, lizards, snakes are prevalent here. In some areas trees, bushes and creepers grow very close to one another. The areas these forests occur in usually receive more than 200cm of precipitation and the temperature lies between 59 degrees to 86 degrees Fahrenheit. India's rural population and impoverished families continued to ignore the laws passed in Delhi, and use the forests near them for sustenance.
Other objectives of the policy were meeting the need for fuelwood, fodder, and small timber for rural and tribal people while recognising the need to actively involve local people in the management of forest resources. For example the eastern areas of India — The Seven Sisters, all along the Himalayan range, Chhattisgarh, West Orissa, Jharkhand, and the eastern hills of the Western mountain range. In 2009, India imported 332 million cubic metres of roundwood mostly for fuel wood application, 17. No Forest Name Location 1 Abujmarh Chhattisgarh 2 Annekal Reserved Forest Western Ghats Tamil Nadu 3 Baikunthapur Forest Dooars West Bengal 4 Bhavnagar Amreli Forest Gir National Park Gujarat 5 Bhitarkanika Mangroves Odisha 6 Dvaita Forest Kuru Kingdom 7 Jakanari reserve forest Coimbatore Tamil Nadu 8 Kamyaka Forest Kuru Kingdom 9 Kukrail Reserve Forest Lucknow Uttar Pradesh 10 Madhu Forest Northern India west of Yamuna 11 Molai forest Jorhat Assam 12 Mulai Kathoni Brahmaputra River 13 Naimisha Forest Gomati River Uttar Pradesh 14 Nallamala Hills Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana 15 Nanmangalam Reserve Forest Chennai Tamil Nadu 16 New Amarambalam Reserved Forest Western Ghats Kerala 17 Pichavaram Mangrove Forest 18 Saranda forest West Singhbhum Jharkhand 19 Vandalur Reserve Forest Chennai Tamil nadu If you are aware of any big forest from your state, then do let me know. The reserve forest has many visitors to watch birds 85 species from all over the world.
This type of vegetation consists of conifers and xerophtic shrubs. India is a significant importer of forest products. Any comparison of forest coverage number of a year before 1987 for India, to current forest coverage in India, is thus meaningless; it is just bureaucratic record keeping, with no relation to reality or meaningful comparison. Broadleaved forests have large leaves of various shapes. The main trees, which grow in the evergreen forests, are ebony, mahogany and rosewood. Most of these birds were exported to countries in Europe and the Middle East.