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Sundarbans

30 kg venison, two deer heads seized in Bagerhat

Forest department officials in a drive seized 30kg venison, two mounts and eight legs of deer from two boats at Charakhali canal in Sundarbans at Mongla, Bagerhat

Forest department officials in a drive seized 30kg venison, two mounts and eight legs of deer on 26 July 2020.

Tiger population at risk

'38 tigers died in 20 years in Sundarbans'

A total of 38 tigers died in the last 20 years in Bangladesh part of the Sundarbans. Within a gap of five months, the forest department found two dead tigers one in the Sundarbans West Andharmanki ...

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Crocodile lays 44 eggs at Karamjal Wildlife Breeding Centre

A crocodile, which has been named Pilpil, has laid 44 eggs at Karamjal Wildlife Breeding Centre in the Sundarbans.

Crocodile lays 44 eggs at Karamjal Wildlife Breeding Centre

West Bengal to plant 50m mangrove trees in Sundarbans: Mamata

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday announced that the state government will plant 50 million mangrove trees in Amphan-hit Sundarbans region within one month.

Villagers plant mangroves along a river bank in Gosaba block in India's West Bengal state, 9 June 2017.

Amphan damages Sundarbans worth Tk 17m: Forest dept

Cyclone Amphan that battered the country's coastal districts on Wednesday damaged infrastructures and trees worth Tk 16.7 million in the Sundarbans' eastern part.

Amphan damages Sundarbans worth Tk 17m: Forest dept

Sundarbans curbed Amphan’s intensity, saved Dhaka

The Sundarbans acted as a formidable shield to the cyclone Amphan, cutting its speed down by 70 km per hour. This mangrove forest even lessened the height of tidal surge by 3 to 4 feet.

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Cylone Amphan

Govt forms 4 bodies to assess damage in Sundarbans

The government has formed four bodies to probe the damage to the Sundarbans, caused by the cyclone Amphan that hit the coastal region on Wednesday night, reports UNB.

Govt forms 4 bodies to assess damage in Sundarbans

Sundarbans once again stand against cyclone as saviour

Sundarbans once again appeared as Bangladesh’s saviour by taking the first brunt of severe cyclonic storm ‘Amphan’ that lashed coastal upazilas of Khulna for six-seven hours, starting from Wednesday ...

Sundarbans once again stand against cyclone as saviour

Cyclone Amphan badly damages parts of Sundarbans

Super cyclone Amphan battered West Bengal and Bangladesh's coastal area and badly damaged parts of the Sundarbans, a UNESCO world heritage site, reports UNB.

Cyclone Amphan badly damages parts of Sundarbans

Super Cyclone Amphan

Bangladesh orders maximum possible evacuation overnight

Bangladesh authorities have ordered evacuation of maximum possible number of people to safety before Tuesday midnight as intensifying wrath of the region’s first super cyclone in decades prompts the ...

People move to cyclone shelters with their belongings
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