Tapestry of waterways, mudflats and forested islands.

Sundarban forest, The mangrove forests across southern Bangladesh and a small part in India. Photo by NASA Earth Observatory

Sundarban forest. The largest remaining tract of mangrove forest in the world, stretching across part of southwestern Bangladesh and southeastern India.

Home to the endangered Bengal tiger, sharks, crocodiles, and freshwater dolphins, as well as nearly two hundred bird species.

Landsat 7 Image by NASA Earth Observatory


One response

  1. Hello
    Nice picture, but it’s sideways!

    I have a similar one in my blog post on a visit I made to the Sundarbans: http://annmariacoughlan.wordpress.com/2009/09/28/38-journeys-7-the-sensational-sundarbans/

    I like your website!

    December 23, 2012 at 04:14

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