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‘it’s high Time to conserve Assam’s rainforest patch’

Concerted efforts are the need of the hour to conserve the rich contiguous rainforest patch of Dihing-Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary and its adjoining Upper Assam’s Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts.

‘The presence of this valuable stretch of tropical rainforest puts a responsibility on us to protect it and chalk out a sustainable model for the judicious utilisation of its immense resources,’ noted wildlife conservationist Soumyadeep Dutta of ‘Nature’s Beckon’ said during the launch of a pictorial book ‘Rainforests of Assam’ here on Thursday. The rainforests cover more than 500 sq km of tropical forest land spread across Joypur.
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