Tebay the Unexplored Valley of Turtuk (Leh Ladakh)

  • Yadullah Hayder Doon PG College of Agriculture Science and Technology, Dehradun, INDIA
Keywords: Ethonobotany and agriculture farming, Tebay valley, Turtuk, Leh Ladakh


Present study reveals that Tebay valley is rich in plants and animals diversity. Present study conducted throughout the valley from may to June 2021 several species of plants and animals (Domestic and wild species of animals) were found. The tribal inhabitants of the Tebay valley of Turtuk ladakh live in an area of great endemic botanic and zoology diversity. The inhabitants of this region are follower of Muslim known as balti schedule tribes.


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How to Cite
Yadullah Hayder. (2021). Tebay the Unexplored Valley of Turtuk (Leh Ladakh). International Journal for Research in Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 8(3), 237-242. https://doi.org/10.31033/ijrasb.8.3.29