Name Professor Course Date India Realm As known to many it's also called Indomalayan territory and it's amongst eight of the biogeographic dominion. Its extension goes all the way to the Southeast Asia. By most biogeographers refer to the India Realm as the Oriental Kingdom since its expansion goes all the way from Afghanistan via Southeast Asia and the subcontinent of India to the Southern China lowlands (Morrone 85). Further via Indonesia to Bali Borneo which is to the east lies the line of Wallace a boundary after Russel Wallace that Central Asian of the dominion of Islam at the period of medieval intertwining with Hindu powers. The European traders’ advent resulted in the development of the British India and the Independence movement that was subsequent leading to India Partition and establishment of India Republic. Works Cited Kury Adriano Brilhante. "Order Opiliones Sundevall 1833. In: Zhang Z.-Q. (Ed.) Animal Biodiversity: An Outline of Higher-level Classification and Survey of Taxonomic Richness (Addenda 2013)." Zootaxa 3703.1 (2013): 27-33. Morrone Juan J. "Biogeographical regionalization of the world: a reappraisal." Australian Systematic Botany 28.3 (2015): 81-90. [...]
For the final project you are to write a two page, double spaced, 12pt font paper about any country, region, or realm that was covered in the course. You can choose any aspect that you want to discuss about your selection. You need at least two outside sources (meaning sources other than the book). Your sources should be a reliable source so, no sources such as Wikipedia or other opinion /edited sites. Blogs and personal websites can be referenced if you are demonstrating a point - of - view or providing insight to a culture, society, event, or a ny other aspect that would benefit from a firsthand experience being told.