The Nepal government will soon introduce a biodiversity action plan in an attempt to save the country's rich flora and fauna. The ministry of forest and soil conservation is finalising the plan, which officials say, "will help improve the plight of Nepal's endangered wildlife, ecosystems, forests and even the agricultural sector.
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