The two forms of tropical deciduous forests are:
(i)The Moist deciduous forests
(ii)Dry deciduous forest
The Moist deciduous forests -
(a)These are more pronounced in the regions which record rainfall between 100-200 cm.
(b)These forests are found in the northeastern states along the foothills of Himalayas, eastern slopes of the Western Ghats and Orissa.
(c)Teak, sal, shisham, hurra, mahua, amla, semul, kusum, and sandalwood etc. are the main species of these forests.
The forest policy aimed at :
(ii) Poachers and herdsmen should not be allowed to enter the forests.
(iii) More national parks and wildlife sanctuaries should be established.
(iv) Captive breeding of wildlife should be encouraged.
(v) Seminars, workshops, exhibitions etc. should be organised to highlight the importance of the protection of wild life to the public.
(vi) Adequate medical facilities should be provided to the wildlife.
(vii) Proper conditions should be created for the living and breeding.