• Rainforest
    Rainforest
    Rainforests belong to tropical wet climate group characterized by high temperatures throughout the year. Agumbe on an average receives approx.7000mm of rain making it the wettest region in South India.
  • The Western Ghats
    The Western Ghats
    The Western Ghats mountain range covers an area of about 1,80,000 sq. km along the west coast of India. It is geographically separated by three gaps namely the Sencottah, Palghat and Goa gap dividing the mountains into southern, central and northern Western Ghats.
  • Fungi
    Fungi
    Fungi are considered as the world's number one natural recyclers!Around about 13,000 species of fungi have been recorded from the Western Ghats.
  • King Cobra
    King Cobra
    King cobras, apex predators among reptiles, are indicators of the richness of the forests. King cobras are snake eaters, longest venomous snakes in the world and are known to build nests to lay eggs.
  • Dew
    Dew
    Warm air in the rainforests hold more water vapor that condense during mornings resulting in dew.
  • Leech
    Leech
  • Rainforest
  • The Western Ghats
  • Fungi
  • King Cobra
  • Dew
  • Leech
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