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Bangladesh is world famous for its natural wealth which comprising shimmering rivers, magnificent waterfalls, beautiful rivulets, evergreen fields, serene woods and much more which cannot be defined in words. In addition to this natural wealth Bangladesh inhabits a wide variety of flora and fauna. The country proves to be a treasure trove of forests and mineral resources which further control the topography, climate and soil-water regimes. It accommodates rich tropical moist vegetation and natural forests in abundance. With such natural affluence, the country’s beauty is incomparable.
Bangladesh has an abundance of wildlife in its natural habitat which can easily be visited through its different natural parks and wild life reserves. The many sanctuaries and national parks of Bangladesh accommodate tourists to explore the beauty of wild animals in their natural surroundings. Being the natural habitat, it affirms to be the most perfect destination for adventure and nature lovers. One can even enjoy adventure sports like trekking, river rafting, jungle safaris and overnight camping.
There is an extensively wide list of natural parks and reserves all of which cannot be mentioned here. However, the best of all is the Sundarbans. It is the only single block of woods in the world which affirms to be the main mangrove forest. This largest mangrove woods is tidal halophytic in nature and is known to be the best region to explore the wildlife of Bangladesh. This mangrove forest, stretched at 10,500 sq km, is famous primarily because of its setting, natural grandeur and the Royal Bengal tigers. About one-third of the total area is drenched in water and this shimmering water around proves to be a paradise for water birds like darter, grey heron, egret and kingfisher. However, the water inhabits other marine species as well like dolphins, fish etc. If we talk about marine the water life of the area comprises around 5 species of marine mammals and 19 species of marine reptiles. Apart from the marine species, the forest is adorned with approximately 53 species of amphibian, 139 species of reptile, 380 species of birds and 116 species of mammals. Salt-Water Crocodiles, river dolphins and tigers are the main attraction of these woods apart from the deers, King Cobras and Indian Cobras. The list of the species is not over yet as there are more than 120 species of fish and over 260 species of birds that are found roaming in the water and woods respectively.
There are many places in the world which serves such diverse platter of flora and fauna but Bangladesh is famous for the unique mix of natural creativity and natural living. It’s a extraordinary place as the wildlife here can be fully explored only by following a condition i.e. you can reach there by a boat as it is the only means of transport which can take you to the depths of the forest.