sundarbans national park

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sundarbans national park SUNDERBAN means pretty (sunder) forest (ban) in Bengali. The Sundarbans mangrove forest is known to be the largest such forests in the world. Located on the delta of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers in the Bay of Bengal. It was listed as world heritage site by UNESCO in 1997. Rivers in the Sunderbans are different from the ones we used to see in the rest of India. Rivers are broad and interconnected with each other with so many water channels. All are natural. The banks are shining muddy and sparkle when the rays of the sun fall on them. Small red crabs, mudskippers are commonly seen everywhere.

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Sunderbans National Park:

Sunderbans National Park The turf of Mangrove tigers

Many eccentric and curious instincts of Royal Bengal Tigers resurface in this part of the land. :

Many eccentric and curious instincts of Royal Bengal Tigers resurface in this part of the land.

A paradise for birdwatchers:

A paradise for birdwatchers Brown-Shrike Common Kingfisher

Large species of monitor lizards (water monitor lizard is found here):

Large species of monitor lizards (water monitor lizard is found here)

Contact Us www.sunderbansnationalpark.com Email Id : info@asianadventures.in Mobile : +91 9266519519:

Contact Us www.sunderbansnationalpark.com Email Id : info@asianadventures.in Mobile : +91 9266519519

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