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Couple Spends 26 Years Replanting A Rainforest They Bought In 1991, And Here’s How It Looks Today

Pamela Gale Malhotra and her spouse, Anil Malhotra, own Sai Sanctuary, India’s one of a kind privately owned reserve and established since 1991. It currently spans over 300 acres and a home to more than two hundred endangered species of plants and animals.
It is located in the Kodagu district, where forest cover has been decreasing to only sixteen percent today. Pamela said that this has disastrous effects on rainfall patterns and the water supply in the entire southern region of India.
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Over the years, deforestation has been a major problem.
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Ever since the couple established the Sai Sanctuary, there is a fighting chance.
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They have been replanting forest trees in a attempt to combat the problem.

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Here in this sanctuary, asian elephants are one of the santuary’s habitants.
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The two founders are in this photo below.
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The lands were abandoned before the couple bought them.
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The couple worked hard for many years to accomplish their dreams.
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Now thanks to their efforts, many endangered species are protected in here.
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The sanctuary used to be lifeless but now, it is filled with life.
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Pamela has the hope that the sanctuary will continue to remain protected and expand.
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The sanctuary’s headquarters is located in the forest itself.
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These endangered animals are given a fighting chance against extinction.
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