Which type of forest is found in swampy regions of India? - Geography

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Which type of forest is found in swampy regions of India?

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Coastal type of forest (e.g mangroves) is found in swampy regions of India.

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Chapter 5: Natural Vegetation and Wildlife - Answer In One Sentence

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SCERT Maharashtra Question Bank 10th Standard SSC Social Science Geography Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 5 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
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