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Panni grass blooming
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Biodiversity

The museum is home to a wide variety of shrubs, grasses, plants and trees.

This ecological biodiversity is closely linked to the daily life of people of the region and forms the basis for traditional knowledge systems.

The museum celebrates ecology in its natural, cultural and artistic dimensions.

Thor-a type of cactus
 
Flora of the Museum (for details click the image)
 
Ker Bhaker-Biyani Phog
Aak Bui Bordi
Thor Rohira Khejri
Kumbat Babul Neem
 
Fauna of the Museum (for details click the image)
 
Chidi-(Sparrow)
Peeli Peencho-(Bulbul) Kamedi
Cheel-(Kite) Chidi-(Sparrow) Kagla-(Crow)
Titodi Teetar-(Partridge) Mor-(Peacock)
Sugun-Chidi Hiran-(Deer) Kaboli-Kamedi
 
References:

Bhandari, M.M. 1990 (Reprint), Flora of Indian Desert, Jodhpur: Scientific Publishers.
CAZRI, 1989, Taming the Desert: The Story of CAZRI, Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur.
Bhandari, M.M., 1990 (Reprint), Flora of Indian Desert, Jodhpur: Scientific Publishers.
Kaushik, M.P., 1996 (Ninth Edition), Modern Botany, Muzaffarnagar (U.P.): Prakash Publications.
Mann, H.S. and S.K.Saxena, eds., October 1980, Khejri (Prosopis cineraria) in the Indian Desert—Its Role in Agroforestry, Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur.
 
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