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|• ||Indian Sea Turtles|
Indian Sea Turtles live most part of their lives in the sea. They are found in the shallow coastal waters of temperate and warm seas. There are seven surviving species of sea turtles. They are the Green Turtle, Loggerhead Turtle, Kemp`s Ridley Turtle, Olive Ridley Turtle, Hawksbill Turtle, Flatback Turtle and Leatherback Turtle.
|• ||Indian Sponges|
Indian Sponges are the simplest form of multi-cellular aquatic animals, which do not have nerves. Thus, they maintain a regular flow of water through their body in order to get oxygen and food and to discard waste.
|• ||Indian Crustaceans|
Crustaceans form a large group of arthropods comprising almost 52000 species. They belong to the kingdom, Animalia; clade, Pancrustacea; and subphylum, Crustacea. Several crustaceans are consumed by humans.
|• ||Indian Snails|
Snails belong to the kingdom, Animalia and phylum, Mollusca. They are the largest in the family of the molluscan class, Gastropoda. They have coiled shells, during the adult stage.
A type of snail called land snail serves as agricultural and garden pest.
|• ||Princes/Rajas/Maharajas of the Princely State of Dewas|
The names of some of the Princes/Rajas/Maharajas of the Princely State of Dewas are Jivaji Rao, Malhar Rao, Tukoji Rao and Tukojirao III.