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Regeneration Of Mangroves
Biodiversity Reserve Plantation

The indigenous flora of the Okhamandal region is being wiped out due to the rampant spread of an exotic invasive speciesProsopis juliflora (the Gando Baval). This situation is expected to further aggravate due to new developmental projects likely to come up in the region. Many of the grasslands in the region have been run over by Prosopis juliflora, spreading at the cost of the indigenous flora. Indigenous flora species, including the highly endangered Gugal (Commiphora wightii) are on the verge of extinction.

The aim of the Biodiversity Reserve Plantation Project is to create a botanical reserve where all the indigenous varieties of plants are grown and protected, especially the threatened native species.

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