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An Indian flower that only blooms every 12 years is under attack! The flowers are so rare, they've only bloomed 15 times since the first time they were documented in 1838.
Strobilanthes Kunthianus blooms once every 12 years, and may never thrive again. Also known as Neelakurinji or Kurinji, it is indigenous, or native to its home, Eravikulam National Park, India.
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It's a beautiful evening here in...
Tourism can cause “soil erosion, increased pollution, discharges into the sea, natural habitat loss, increased pressure on endangered species and heightened vulnerability to forest fires. It often puts a strain on water resources, and it can force local populations to compete for the use of critical resources”.