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A land region with a high concentration of trees, which is divided into an overstory (canopy or upper tree layer) and an understory of vegetation, which is further divided into a shrub layer, herb layer and, depending on the ecosystem, also a moss layer.


an extensive wood or tract of wooded country.

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The States have progressed in varying degrees in implementation of the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006.
In the current situation the rights of the majority of tribals and other traditional forest dwellers are being denied and the purpose of the legislation is being defeated.
After protests by tribal groups and activists against the order to evict 11.8 lakh various forest dwellers and Scheduled Tribes, the Central Government petitioned that the eviction order be stayed.
class="MsoNormalThe government has declared most title deeds held by forest dwellers null and void.
ISLAMABAD:Pakistan Furniture Council (PFC) Thursday urged all provincial governments including Azad Jammu and Kashmir to initiate public-private forest-based investments for bringing maximum area under forest cover across the country to reduce deforestation process in the country besides monetary incentive packages to forest dwellers to checking ever increasing trimming of the trees for fuel and business purposes.
The history of Indian forest management can be divided into four phases; the colonial forest phase (1850s to 1946), the post-colonial phase with exclusion of forest dwellers (1947 to the early 1970s), the phase of inclusion of forest dwellers (mid-1970s to 1988), and the joint forest management phase (1990s to the present).
Police used bulldozers and the elephants in an unusual show of force, and the forest dwellers responded by hurling rocks.
Land reserved for wildlife including tigers, elephants and rhinoceros is also inhabited by tribal villagers, and hundreds have been evicted in violent clashes recently as states refused to grant rights to indigenous people and forest dwellers.
One of two species of African elephant - the other is the more numerous and larger Savannah elephant - the forest dwellers can hardly sustain this kind of lethal pressure because few other mammals reproduce so slowly.
Under the FRA, forest dwellers cannot be removed from their land without consent of village councils, which are made up of local residents.
She also accused government of "snatching away" rights of adivasis, Dalits and other traditional forest dwellers and "systematically weakening and subverting environmental laws".
Living crocodilians range from diminutive forest dwellers to behemoths that eat wildebeests, bison, and, occasionally, people.

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