Biogeographic classification of India
Biogeographic classification of India is the division of India according to biogeographic characteristics. Biogeography is the study of the distribution of species (biology), organisms, and ecosystems in geographic space and through geological time. The biogeographic zones of India are as follows:
1. Himalayan zone. 2. Desert zone. 3. Semiarid zone. 4. Western ghat zone. 5. Deccan plateau zone. 6. Gangetic plain zone. 7. North east zone. 8. Coastal zone. 9. Islands present near the shore line. 10. Trans Himalyan zone.
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