The Second Largest Mangrove Forest of India is:

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  • The Krishna delta
  • The Kerala backwater
  • The Bhatarikanika in Odisha
  • Bakhkhali
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 6th April 2015 in General Knowledge.
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    Answer: The Bhatarikanika in Odisha

    The Second Largest Mangrove Forest of India is ‘The Bhatarikanika in Odisha’. The Bhatarikanika is a National Park situated in the  eastern India state  Odisha  Districts Kendrapara. it’s spread over 650 sqkm in the river delta of the River Brahmani and River Baitarani.

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    Mangroves are tropical plants that are adapted to loose, wet soils, salt water, and being periodically submerged by tides. There are more than 50 species of mangroves found throughout the world and there are about 80 different species of mangrove trees. Mangroves are woody specialized types of trees of the tropics that can live on the edge, where rain-forest meet oceans.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 9th April 2015.
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