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How many biosphere reserves have been set up in the country to protect flora and fauna?

A .
Fifteen
B .
Sixteen
C .
Seventeen
D .
Eighteen
December 27, 2019avatarFaiaz Sheth
Answer
 Name Location
 Gulf of Mannar Tamil Nadu
 Sundarbans West Bengal
 Cold Desert Himachal Pradesh
 Nanda Devi Uttarakhand
 Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka
 Dihang-DibangArunachal Pradesh
 Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve Madhya Pradesh
 Seshachalam Hills Andhra Pradesh
 Simlipal Odisha
 Achanakamar -AmarkantakMadhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh
 Manas Assam
 Khangchendzonga Sikkim
 Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve Kerala, Tamil Nadu
 Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve Andaman and Nicobar Islands
 Nokrek Meghalaya
 Dibru-Saikhowa Assam
 PannaMadhya Pradesh
 Great Rann of Kutch

Gujarat 

A biosphere reserve is an ecosystem with plants and animals of unusual scientific and natural interest. It is a label given by UNESCO. There are at present 18 biosphere reserves in India.

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