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Rann of Kutch seasonal salt marsh

WWF Abstract
If you were to visit this ecoregion in March, you’d be walking across the cracked mud of a salt flat. Come back in August, and you’d be wading in water up to your knees. That’s the nature of a seasonal salt marsh such as the Rann of Kutch. And during the rainy season, you’d see a rich array of wildlife – from flocks of pink flamingos to acres of salt marsh flowering plants.

Ecozone: Indo-Malayan
Biome: Flooded Grasslands and Savannas
Countries: India, Pakistan
Area: 6,912,000 acres (2,797,187 hectares)
Species: All Endangered Invasive

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