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India’s Rocky Outcrops and Their Tiny, Mighty Lives; Renuka Kulkarni; The Wire Science

Photo: Sameer Padhye

Rocky outcrops are a type of small natural feature: spatially diminutive natural entities that often harbour a unique assemblage of organisms.

Source: India’s Rocky Outcrops and Their Tiny, Mighty Lives – The Wire Science

A biodiversity hotspot close to Mumbai yet far away from its din, Kaas Plateau awaits your advent; Sugandhaa Pandey; Knock Sense

Kaas Plateau is a biodiversity hotspot with almost 850 species of flowers and butterflies.

Source: A biodiversity hotspot close to Mumbai yet far away from its din, Kaas Plateau awaits your advent

Did You Know About Maharashtra’s Valley Of Flowers?; Uttara Gangopadhyay; Outlook India

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Relish the colourful hues of Maharashtra’s Kaas Plateau; Tanisha Sharma; Tour My India

Explore Maharashtra’s famous Kaas Plateau and celebrate the festival of flowers. Know about how to plan a trip, best time to visit, things to do and essentials to carry on your tour.

Source: Relish the colourful hues of Maharashtra’s Kaas Plateau

Banasura in north Wayanad is a great getaway if you like the idea of a solo trek, a picnic with friends or just some moments of peace; Soma Basu; The Hindu

India – Western Ghats

Banasura in north Wayanad is a great getaway if you like the idea of a solo trek, a picnic with friends or just some moments of peace.

The Seven Hill City Of Satara From Mumbai; Pranav; Nativeplanet

India – Western Ghats

The article gives you information about the route map from Mumbai to Satara, the best time to visit the place, how to reach the place, etc. Read on to know…

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Best time to visit Kaas plateau near Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra; Dilip Merala; India.com

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The Biodiversity Hotspot Of The Western Ghats, India; WorldAtlas.com

India – Western Ghats

A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a biodiversity hotspot, the Western Ghats ecoregion is a storehouse of natural treasures found nowhere else in the world.

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What Entitles Western Ghats to Enter in the List of World Heritage Site?; Hemant Pratap Singh; Jagran Josh

India – Western Ghats

The Western Ghats scattered from the mount of the river Tapi to the cape of kanyakumari for a distance of 1600 kms. Its average height is 1200 metres.

Source: What Entitles Western Ghats to Enter in the List of World Heritage Site?

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