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New tortoise sanctuary to be developed in UP


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Prayagraj, Dec 26: The Uttar Pradesh forest department will create a new range for the tortoise sanctuary, which will come on the banks of Ganga in the Kothari village of Uruva area in Uttar Pradesh’s Prayagraj.
A proposal for the same has been prepared and sent to the government following which a team of officials and other supporting staff would be deployed at the sanctuary for its development,” said district forest officer (DFO), Mahavir Kaujalgi.
The new proposed forest range office will be built on the banks of Ganga in the village. (IANS)


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