Mangrove

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Ritayan Mukherjee
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Sunit Kr. Das
  Sundarbans is the last mangrove habitat on earth with bagh or the Royal Bengal tiger. Tigers have been roaming its surface since much before human settlement. This place is not only a composition of mangrove and tidal mudflats, twisting rivers and creeks, but is also a mystifying panorama of…
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Sayantani Chatterjee
  Introduction   Sundarbans is a group of low-lying islands in the Bay of Bengal stretching from 24 Parganas district of West Bengal in India to Bagerhat district in southern Bangladesh. Part of the world's largest delta (also known as Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta), Sundarbans is one of the largest…
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Rashmi Dutta Dey
  Introduction   Sundarbans is a part of the largest delta in the world which is formed by the rivers Ganga, Brahmaputra and Meghna. The region is a swamp adjacent to both the plains and the sea and is intersected by several river tributaries, creeks and canals. Although the topography makes the…
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  The Sundarbans archipelago in the Bay of Bengal is the most extensive contiguous mangrove forest on earth. It lies on the world's largest delta, formed by the rivers Ganga, Brahmaputra and Meghna, with several hundred islands spreading across 9,630 sq km in India and 16,370 sq km in Bangladesh.…
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Sayantani Chatterjee
Sundarbans is the world’s largest contiguous mangrove forest created at the confluence of the deltas of Rivers Brahmaputra, Ganga and Meghna. The delta spreads across the countries of India and Bangladesh covering 80,000 km2 with 38 per cent of  the area in India and the remaining in Bangladesh. In…
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