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Tree Fossil of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Bangalore

Tree Fossil

The tree fossil is a collection from the national fossil park, Thruvakkarai, South Arcot, Tamilnadu.  It is supposed to be 20 million years old.  It is of petrified coniferous tree. Fossils of this park can also be seen at Gundu Park Madras Natural History Museum Kerala, Nehru Zoological Park Hyderabad, National Museum Delhi. This fossil tree trunk is bound to inspire us to develop a perspective for understanding the evolutionary process of life on earth.  Courtesy: Zoological Park of India, Madras.  Director of Horticulture.


Main Gate or East Gate Entrance of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Glass house in Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Birds of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Facilities of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Rose Garden of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Large Trees of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
People at Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Large Green Lawns of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Tree Fossil of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Kempegowda Tower of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Giant Tree Roots of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Boards and Instructions of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Shaped Plants of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Flowers of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Pine Trees of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Horticulture Training Center of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Lalbagh Tank of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Vegetable Plants of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Pond of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Cacti House of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Workers of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Nurserymen Coperative Society of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens


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