The World’s Rarest Tree
The last of its species remaining in the wild, in the shola forests of the Western Ghats. Thought to be extinct, and known previously only from a single specimen, it is being propogated by the Vattakanal Conservation Trust as a last-chance conservation. To learn more, or to contribute to their conservation initatives, visit www.vattakanalconservationtrust.org
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Landmark Trees of India: An outreach ecology project
For the landmarked tree named The World’s Rarest Tree , the database reference code is: l047.
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