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Indian Deciduous or Monsoon Forests
Indian deciduous forests cover the largest forest cover in the country, and are found in a range of landscapes from the plains to the hills. Deciduous forests are so called because the trees of these forests seasonally shed all their leaves. The two major types of deciduous forests are the dry and moist deciduous forests.

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