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The region of the Sundarbans appears in dark shades of green in this image, while the adjacent areas in brighter colours are densely populated and dominated by agriculture.

The Sundarbans National Park, established in 1984 and a designated @UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a core region within the Bengal Tiger Reserve. The almost extinct Bengal tiger is the national animal of Bangladesh and is considered the second largest tiger in the world.

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  1. Many many Thanks to u AstroJorge, mucho-mucho!
    I'm in a flooding event that Australia is experiencing ATM. we need the water but now it's starting to smell stagnant as the soil is over saturated and as soon as the water recedes , we get another rain bomb and flood event! i researched and found some geological info that said that the Hunga Tonga Volcano exploded water into the stratosphere and that is what's raining back down on S.E Australia. When u look at the windows or at pooling water it is just st full of particles. the fallout from this volcano is hanging around, & being kept in place hanging over us here by the la Nina event and the Southern Annular Mode. Crikey! it would be great if we had grown mangroves on the edge of the river banks! we have some spectacular Mangrove Forrest growing in different areas around Our beautiful country but J st not where our floods are happening ; ( 🌏😢🌬️💦

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