Birds of India
The Indian subcontinent, is very rich in biodiversity. Out of the more than 9,000 birds of the world, the Indian subcontinent contains about 1,300 species, or over 13% of the world’s birds. One of the main reasons for high avian diversity in India is the presence of diverse habitats, from the arid cold desert of Ladakh and Sikkim to the steamy, tangled jungles of the Sunderbans to the wet, moist forests of the Western Ghats and Arunachal Pradesh.
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