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Indus River Delta-Arabian Sea Mangroves Forest
Indus River Delta-Arabian Sea Mangroves continues from Tibetan Plateau to Arabian Sea and encompasses north western India. The eco-region is characterized by extreme conditions and shelters flora and fauna adaptable to such conditions.
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