Kerala Biodiversity Park, a joint initiative of the Kerala State Biodiversity Board and the Science and Technology Museum, is all set to open in Thiruvananthapuram in August.
Kerala can soon boast a unique park profiling its rich biodiversity.
“Recently, we teamed up with the biodiversity management committees of local bodies and local residents associations to rejuvenate 14 abandoned urban ponds in Thiruvananthapuram district.
Other proposalsAmong the other proposals of the board are a garden at Munnar in Idukki district, biodiversity heritage sites, and parks in public places and schools.
There is also a proposal to develop a bio-heritage park and an ecotourism centre at a 246-acre riverine patch at Muzhakkunnu in Kannur.
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