Assam wetlands dying under garbage

PUBLISHED ON: February 3, 2007

   
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Until six months ago, Deepor Beel was Assam's pride. It was one of the 21 wetlands in India that was declared a protected area by UNESCO. Today, it's a wasteland of garbage and scavengers are taking over what was once a haven for rare, migratory birds.
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