Mavoor Wetlands

The Mavoor Wetlands in Kerala’s Kozhikode district are a mix of nature and human life. They’re made by two rivers, Chaliyar and Kadalundi, and cover a big area near Mavoor town. Lots of different animals and plants live here, especially birds. The wetlands clean water and stop floods. They also have good soil for farming.

But people are causing problems. Buildings, factories, and farms are making the water dirty and hurting the animals and plants. People are working to protect the wetlands by teaching others, fixing damaged parts, and making safe areas for animals and plants.

Saving the Mavoor Wetlands is important for nature and people. They help keep the environment healthy and support local communities. Protecting them is our way of taking care of the Earth for the future.

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