Which Indian plants are endangered?

Which Indian plants are endangered?

Endangered Plants in India

Plant Also Known As Region (Status)
Polygala irregularis Milkwort Gujarat (rare)
Lotus corniculatus Bird’s foot Gujarat (rare)
Amentotaxus assamica Assam catkin yew Arunachal Pradesh (threatened)
Psilotum nudum Moa, skeleton, fork fern, and whisk fern Karnataka (rare)

What plants and animals are endangered?

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the 10 most endangered cetaceans species are the Vaquita porpoise, the North Pacific right whale, the North Atlantic right whale, the South Asian river dolphin, the Atlantic humpback dolphin, Hector’s dolphin, Chilean dolphin, Franciscana porpoise.

How many endangered species are there in Haryana?

Endangered species like Blackbuck(Antilope cervicapra), Chinkara (Gazella bennettii), Vultures(Gyps indicus, Gyps bengalensis, Gyps tenuirostris), Indian Soft-shelled Turtles species (Nilssonia gangetica) are being protected through Conservation and Breeding efforts in the state.

Which animal is found in Haryana?

Black buck

Which is the harvest festival of Jammu and Kashmir?

baisakhi

Which is the harvest festival of Karnataka?

Sankranti

What is famous festival of Karnataka?

Ganesha Chaturthi – One of the Main Festivals of Karnataka This is one festival all of us know about. It is the day that we celebrate in devotion to Lord Ganesha, son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. All of us know the story of how Lord Ganesha was created.

What is Pongal called in Karnataka?

Makara Sankranti

Which is the biggest Jatre in Karnataka?

Sirsi Marikamba jaatre

What is Jatre?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Nammoora Jatre is a major Hindu festival associated with Lord Tontadraya Math held at Gadag in the state of Karnataka, India during the month of February. Shree Mahalaxmi and Basweshar jatra.

Which district is kumta?

Uttara Kannada district

Which district is Sirsi?

Which is the biggest district in Karnataka?

Belagavi

What is Sirsi Supari?

‘Sirsi Supari’ is medium sized and round in shape. It has a somewhat ash coloured hard seed, Hegde said. The fruit of ‘Sirsi Supari’ turns from yellow to scarlet as it ripens, and consists of a thick fibrous pericarp (husk) that encloses this seed.

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