Top 10 similar words or synonyms for forests

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for forests

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සීනොසොයික් In the earlier part of the Cenozoic, the world was dominated by the gastornid birds, terrestrial crocodiles like "Pristichampsus", and a handful of primitive large mammal groups like uintatheres, mesonychids, and pantodonts. But as the forests began to recede and the climate began to cool, other mammals took over.
සීනොසොයික් The Miocene spans from 23 to 5 million years ago and is a period in which grass spread further across, effectively dominating a large portion of the world, diminishing forests in the process. Kelp forests evolved, leading to new species such as sea otters to evolve. During this time, perissodactyls thrived, and evolved into many different varieties. Alongside them were the apes, which evolved into a staggering 30 species. Overall, arid and mountainous land dominated most of the world, as did grazers. The Tethys Sea finally closed with the creation of the Arabian Peninsula and in its wake left the Black, Red, Mediterranean and Caspian Seas. This only increased aridity. Many new plants evolved, and 95% of modern seed plants evolved in the mid-Miocene.
අහු Noni grows in shady forests as well as on open yellow shooes rocky or sandy shores. It reaches maturity in about 18 months and then yields between of fruit every month throughout the year. It is tolerant of saline soils, drought conditions, and secondary soils. It is therefore found in a wide variety of habitats: volcanic terrains, lava-strewn coasts, and clearings or limestone outcrops. It can grow up to tall, and has large, simple, dark green, shiny and deeply veined leaves.
ගවරා The hunting and deforestation in hill country for tea cultivation by the British would have caused the extinction of these mammals. Since the gaur population of India by two out breaks of cattle diseases (Reinderpest/Foot and Mouth) destroyed the population of Gaur from these forests in great numbers, it is reasonable to hypothesis that diseases might also have caused the extinction of these mammals.
යෝධ මෝවා The giant moa, along with other moa genera, were wiped out by human colonists who hunted it for food. All taxa in this genus were extinct by 1500 in New Zealand. It is reliably known that the Māori still hunted them at the beginning of the fifteenth century, driving them into pits and robbing their nests. Although some birds became extinct due to farming, for which the forests were cut and burned down and the ground was turned into arable land, the giant moa had been extinct for 300 years prior to the arrival of European settlers.
වනාන්තරය වනාන්තර කෙරෙහි බලපාන සාධක අතරින් මිනිසා මූලිකව සිදු කරන සාධක අතර වන විනාශය මිනිසා විසින් ඇති කරන ගිනි, අම්ල වැසි සහ පරිසරයට හඳුන්වා දෙන විශේෂ සඳහන් කළ හැක. මීට අමතරව ස්වාභාවික සාධක ද බලපායි. ඒ අතර වනාන්තරවල ඇති වන ලැව් ගිනි, රෝග, කෘමීන්, දේශගුණික විපර්යාස, විශේෂ අතර තරඟය වැදගත් වේ. 1997 දී ලෝක සම්පත් මධ්‍යස්ථානය (World Resource Institute) වාර්තා කරන අන්දමට 20%ක් පමණ වන මුල්ම වනාන්තර සම්පූර්ණව විනාශ නොවූ විශාල වනාන්තර අතර පිහිටයි. මේවායින් 75%ක්ට වඩා වැඩි ප්‍රමාණයක් ප්‍රධාන රටවල් 3කට පැතිර ඇත. රුසියාවේ සහ කැනඩාවේ ඇති Boreal forests සහ බ්‍රසීලයේ ඇති වැසි වනාන්තර ලෙස ඒවා පවතී. 2006 දී ඉදිරිපත් කරන ලද නවතම චත්‍රිකා ජායාරූප මඟින් සම්පූර්ණව විනාශ නොවූ වනාන්තර පිළිබඳ නවතම දත්ත සකසා ඇත.
වැදි භාෂාව 1959 දී මැනික්කු ඩබ්. සුගතපාල දි සිල්වා මහතා විසින් වැදි භාෂාව පිළිවදව අධ්‍යනයක් සිදු කරන ලදී.ඔහු සහ K.N.O. ධර්මදාස මහතා වැදි භාෂාව මිශ්‍ර භාෂාවක් ලෙස හදුන්වා දුන්හ. සිල්වා මහතාට අනුව වැදි භාෂාව සිංහල භාෂාව හා මුලික වැදි භාෂාව යන දෙකෙහි මිශ්‍රණයකි. එය ගයිග' විසින් තව දුරටත් සනාථ කරයි.දි සිල්වා මහතාට අනුව සිංහල අභාෂයක් දැකිය හැකි වුවද වැදි භාෂාවේ මුලික ලක්ෂණ ආවේණිකය. තවද වැදි භාෂාව තුල සිංහල වල නොවන ආවේණික පද මාලාවක් දැකිය හැක. ඔහු තවදුරටත් පවසන පරිදි භාෂා දෙකෙහි ව්‍යාකරණ එකිනෙකට වෙනස් වේ.1990 දී K.N.O. ධර්මදාස මහතා මතු කරන අදහසක් නම් 1990 දී භාවිතා වුන වැදි භාෂාව මිශ්‍ර භාෂාවක්ද යන්නයි. නමුත් වැදි භාෂාවේ අනන්‍ය ලක්ෂණයන් විසින් එය සිංහල භාෂාවෙන් වෙනස් කොට දක්වයි.In 1990 K.N.O Dharmadasa wrote that irrespective claims about whether the Vedda form in use in the 1990s is an independent language or a Creole, the peculiarities of the language made it still a distinct linguistic form different from all varieties of Sinhalese. According to De Silva and Dharmadasa, when the colonization of island by various Indian settlers using common Prakrits in use in India began in 5th century BCE, some elements of the Vedda coalesced with the settlers and lost their language through language replacement. Where as more conservative elements maintaining a hunter gatherer lifestyle moved into the central highlands known in early literature as මලය රට. Most Indian settlers colonized the North, Northwestern, Eastern and South Eastern lowlands of the country specifically රජරට and රුහුණ, leaving the heavily forested central high lands to the ancestors of Veddas. With the collapse of the lowland dry zone civilization starting in the 9th century, descendants of the Indian settlers who had begun to speak Sinhalese moved in the central highlands. The trade and other connections made by the speakers of Sinhalese and the Vedda language's/languages' unknown genetic affinities gave rise to a period of use of a Pidgin of the languages. Initial borrowing of terms was limited to trade purposes, but was eventually adopted by the Vedda elite and subsequently by the rest of the Veddas. The Veddas also seemed to have moved further way from Sinhalese contact by moving into inaccessible forests of Binttanne and now reforested former dry zone areas. This led to the arresting of the contact between the language communities thus allowing new Vedda language to stabilize and become an independent language. As a relict of this limited period of contact, Vedda maintains many archaic Sinhalese words that were in vogue during that period. These words have gone out of use in contemporary Sinhalese.