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Unknown facts about the Sundarbans

The world's largest mangrove forest

Unknown facts about the Sundarbans
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Sundarbans National Park is the largest mangrove swamp in the world. This place is distinguished by the productive development of the Mangrove vegetation.

The globe's largest delta

This archipelago is the world's largest Deltaic forest. It is also called Bengal Delta or Green Delta which is formed by the amalgamation of two rivers, the Ganges and the Brahmaputra. It spreads over an area of ​​1,330 square kilometers in India.

Sunderbans - House of the Royal Bengal Tiger

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These dense evergreen delta-forest is home to majestic and firey Royal Bengal tigers. Sunderban Tiger Reserve is known for the largest number of tigers in the whole world.

A group of islands

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This Ganga - Brahmaputra Delta, which is the residence of Sunderban, is the archipelago of 54 small islands.

A prograding delta

Sunderban Delta is one of the world's most widespread, deepest and most technically active delta with geo-inheritance link of Tectonic Bengal Basin.

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One of India's largest fishing boards

It is an important and specialized natural resource and it is famous for its saltwater fish production and sea fisheries.

Photographer's heaven

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In these islands, the attraction of the photographer's eye is fun because he travels to the cool forests of Sundarban. Jungle is the center of Siberian Cranes, Yellow Wagtail, Wood Sandpiper, Eurasian Golden Oriole, and many other migratory birds.

Even if you like reptiles, before going to this place, think twice, from the toxic and adverse consequences, the strange Chameli and the Salamandars are all here.

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