The forest in Silent Valley of Kerala is an example of

  1. Alpine coniferous forest
  2.  Mangrove forest
  3.  Deciduous forest
  4.  Tropical rain forest
Manish Listener Asked on 6th November 2014 in Geography.
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    Forest is Silent Valley of Kerala  is a Tropical Rain Forest.

    The forest of Silent Valley is situated in Nilgiri hills, Palakkad district of Southern India state Kerala. The Indian tropical rainforests have a three storey natural vegetation.

    The tropical rain forests are an integral part of the natural vegetation in India and they are working as a preserver of Indian flora and fauna. These forests are shelter for large animals like gaur and elephant. Annamalai, Palani hills is also a south Indian tropical rainforest.

    Pushpendra Pal Dean Answered on 20th January 2015.
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