[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote A man in India has turned a bare land into a lush new forest ecosystem all by himself. Jadav Molai Payeng has spent 30 years planting 550 hectares of forest in his native home town in northern India’s Assam region. It all started way back in 1979 when Jadav was only 16 years old. After seeing wildlife dying from exposure along a barren sandbar near his home, Jadav began planting vegetation to transform the landscape. Today, the land is home to a variety of birds, deer, rhinos, tigers and elephants. Now Jadav is planning on devoting the next 30 years of his life planting yet another forest. Video Rating: / 5
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