Krishna River

Exploring the Biodiversity of Krishna River: A Naturalist's Paradise 

The Krishna River is a large river in South India, with a total length of around 1400 kilometers

The river basin is one of India’s most fertile and densely inhabited areas.

Western Ghats near Jor village of Satara district, Maharashtra 

The Krishna River is the Peninsula’s second-largest east-flowing river

The river basin covers an area of around 258,948 square kilometers 

Tributaries: Tungabhadra, Bhima, Mallaprabha, Ghataprabha, Yerla, Warna, and Dindi

River has a high discharge rate, with an average of roughly 3500 m³/s

The Krishna River is facing a number of environmental difficulties that are having a substantial influence on the river’s ecology.

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