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38<p style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">ional Park is a protected area within the city limits. Wildlife conservation and research activities take place at Arignar Anna Zoological Park including olive ridley sea turtle conservation. Madras Crocodile Bank Trust is a herpetology research station, located 40 kilometres (25 mi) south of Chennai. The city&#39;s tree cover is estimated to be around 64.06 sq km. The most dominant tree species is the copper pod, followed by Indian beech and Neem. A total of 121 species of trees belonging to 94 genera and 42 families are found in the city. Nearly half of the native plant species in the city&#39;s wetlands have disappeared in recent years. The city, which had 85 percent of its area covered with aquatic plants until the 1970s, now has only 25 percent of its area covered with such plants. Environment conservation Chennai has three rivers and many lakes spread across the city. Urbanization has led to shrinkage of water bodies and wetlands. The qua
39 ntity of wetlands in the city has decreased from 650 to only 27 currently. The Chennai River Restoration trust set up by the government is working on the restoration of Adyar river. Environmentalist Foundation of India is a volunteering group working towards wildlife conservation and habitat restoration. The encroachment of urban development on wetlands has gravely hampered the city&#39;s sustainability, and contributed both to the city&#39;s floods in 2015 and water scarcity crisis in 2019. Climate Chennai has a dry-summer tropical wet and dry climate under the (K&ouml;ppen climate classification). The city lies on the thermal equator and is also on the coast, which prevents extreme variation in seasonal temperature. The hottest part of the year is late May to early June, known regionally as Agni Nakshatram (&quot;fire star&quot;) or as Kathiri Veyyil, with maximum temperatures around 35&ndash;40 &deg;C (95&ndash;104 &deg;F). The coolest part of the year is January, with minimum te
40 mperatures around 19&ndash;25 &deg;C (66&ndash;77 &deg;F). The lowest recorded temperature was 13.9 &deg;C (57.0 &deg;F) on 11 December 1895 and 29 January 1905. The highest recorded temperature was 45 &deg;C (113 &deg;F) on 31 May 2003. The average annual rainfall is about 140 cm (55 in). The city gets most of its seasonal rainfall from the north&ndash;east monsoon winds, from mid&ndash;October to mid&ndash;December. Cyclones in the Bay of Bengal sometimes hit the city. The highest annual rainfall recorded is 257 cm (101 in) in 2005. Prevailing winds in Chennai are usually southwesterly between April and October and north-easterly during the rest of the year. Historically, Chennai has relied on the annual rains of the monsoon season to replenish water reservoirs, as no major rivers flow through the area. Chennai has a water table at 2 metres for 60 percent of the yea</p>