Incredible India: Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

Sun in Sunderbans

Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal, East India, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, along with Sundarbans, Bangladesh. It’s a huge biosphere reserve with dense mangrove forests and complex intersection of water channels that includes 7 major rivers. The eco-geography of this area is dependent on two flow/ebb tides that occurs within 24 hours, covering most of the region. The only way to get around Sundarbans is through boats. Sundarbans is home to many rare species of flora & fauna and it is the largest reserve for Bengal Tigers. More…

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