Conserving Landscapes: A Tale from the Satpudas| 14mins
Director: WWF-India | Producer: WWF-India
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: India
Central India is considered by many as the heart of India's wildlife. It is home to some of India's largest forest tracts, rich wildlife as well as a myriad of indigenous people who have been living in the forests here since time immemorial. This series of films, “Conserving Landscapes”, gives an overview on WWF-India's work in this region.
Conserving Landscapes: A Tale from the Satpudas | 14mins
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