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Which one of the following is the best example of repeated falls in sea level, giving rise to present-day extensive marshland?
(a) Bhitarkanika Mangroves
(b) Marakkanam Salt Pans
(c) Naupada Swamp
(d) Rann of Kutch



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The Rann of Kutch, located in the state of Gujarat in western India, is a large salt marshland that experiences regular fluctuations in sea level. These fluctuations have led to the formation of unique wetland habitats characterized by salt pans and marshes.


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