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Originally posted by 11I11
Thread of the year so far!
I'm inspired! Recently i have been pulling up baby Ash Tree's that have littered my garden, but now i'm going to pot them all and plant them in the most desolate run down part of town!
There is now talk of Mulai's forest being declared a wildlife sanctuary. If the government proves itself capable of caring for the land, Payeng will start planting elsewhere.
"If the Forest Department promises me to manage the forest in a better way, I shall go to other places of the state to start a similar venture,"
There are about four tigers, three rhinos and more than a hundred deer, rabbits and apes. There are innumerable varieties of birds who call this place home, as well. A herd of about 100 elephants is known to visit the place every year for six months.
Mulai lives in the vicinity of the forest, in a small hut, with his wife, two sons and a daughter. He makes money for a living by selling cow and buffalo milk.
If the government proves itself capable of caring for the land, Payeng will start planting elsewhere.