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Wildlife of the Gulf of Kutch

Listed under Wildlife in Gujarat, India.

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A great salt marsh north of the Gulf of Kutch, the Rann of Kutch covers nearly 10,000 square miles. It is known as a haven for regional wildlife, famous for its flamingoes and Indian Wild Ass sanctuary known as the Little Rann of Kutch. This Indian National Park is a World Heritage site that houses a number of indigenous species and protects the unique ecosystem of the salt marsh region.

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Written by  Sarah Clise.

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