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Though there is abundance in rainfall, the lack of percolation of water has resulted in a majority of the plant species to be largely xerophytic or develop traits that support sustenance in wet and dry conditions and more notably in conditions hostile to growth of primary root systems.
Fern and other fauna that can thrive in both wet and dry conditions.
At the root level most of the plants fall into the family of mosses and lichens (bryophytes) and several species of Ferns.
The forests around Nongriat is a place where many living things thrive.