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India Man Plants Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island

India Man Plants Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island

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India Man Plants Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island

Indian Man Single-Handedly Plants a Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island

India Man Plants Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island

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Indian man plants forest bigger than central park to save his island

India Man Plants Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island

India Man Plants Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island. By the way this is the guy who grow a flourishing forest in once a barren swamp!

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Jadav Payeng has created 1,360 acres of dense forest and is known as the 'Forest man of India' (Photos by Jitu Kalita)

Jadav “Molai” Payeng was named “Forest Man of India” in 2012 by a vice chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi.

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The forest is called "Molai woods", named after its creator's nickname, and was single-handedly planted by one Payeng, who is now 47.

... Payeng has been planting trees in order to save his island. To date he has single handedly planted a forest larger than Central Park NYC. His forest ...

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Payeng's forest is now home for five Royal Bengal tigers, over a hundred deer, wild boar, more than a hundred vultures, and several species of birds

Photograph courtesy: Wikimedia Commons

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Payeng makes daily trips to his forest and is planning to stretch its boundaries

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Every student taking admission in a school should practically plant and nurture two saplings, only then will they earn their own oxygen. He is so right!!

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