Epiphytic plants of Silent Valley
One of the noted features among the diversity and ecology of Silent Valley is the epiphytic flora, which constitutes an interesting group here. Featured here is the video of epiphytic plants inside Silent Valley.
Silent Valley National Park, an effectively protected, representative example of evergreen forests in India, is situated in the north-eastern corner of the Palakkad district in Kerala.
Within an area of 237.52 Sq.km, Silent valley National park is considered to be one of the richest biodiversity hotspots in the world. Silent Valley is also home to the largest population of Lion-tailed Macaque, an endangered species of Primate, in India.