Bengal Tiger in Sunderban National Park
Sundarbans is also India’s largest Tiger Reserve, as well as the largest National Park. This area is completely leased with Mangrove trees. Mangrove trees are trees or plants which grow in salt water. The Sundarbans is also a major center of attraction for people from India but also from foreign countries because Sundarban is such a huge natural area where you will see the abundance of many flora and fauna. Today we are presenting interesting facts related to this Sundarbans in front of you.
Sunderbans National Park of West Bengal, Tiger Reserve and Biosphere Reserve. This National Park is located in the Sunderban area of the Delta area of the Ganges River. This park is the largest reserve for Bengal Tiger. It is also home to various types of birds, reptiles and rare species, including salt-water crocodiles. Experience watching Wildlife so close to you will fill you with excitement.
Natural boundaries are also maintained in the main area of the park. The Matla river on the west border, Haribhanga river in the east is the Netidapani and Gosba rivers in the north, which divide the land area from different places.
Wild life of Sunderbans National Park:
In addition to the Royal Bengal Tiger, in this national park you get more than 58 species of mammal species and more than 250 species of beautiful birds and 55 species of snakes are found. In this reserve, you can see Macquis, Wild Boar, Indian Gray Mongrues, Pygolins etc. This wild area attracts a large number of birds, such as Kingfisher, Fezent – Told Jacknas, Periyah Kites and Vibbles. In this park you can enjoy Jungle Safari and Tiger Safari. You can get a chance to see Binoculars in Sunderbans.
Interesting facts related to the Sundarbans:
- In 1757, East India Company took all rights of the Sundarbans from Mughal Emperor Alamgir II. After this, after the establishment of forest department in Bengal after 1860, the British preserved the Sundarbans.The history of the Sundarbans is believed to be around 200-300 AD. The evidence shows the remains found in Bagmara Forest Block.
- When the Mughal rule had rented this forest, many criminals used to hide in the Sundarbans to escape the Mughal army, but most of them did not escape from Tiger’s war.
- The main rivers falling in the Bay of Bengal, through the Sunderbans, are the Ganges, Brahmaputra, Padma and Meghna.
- The Sundarbans is spread over 10,000 sq km area, out of which 6000 sq km comes to Bangladesh. Out of this, 4110 sq km is coming from India.
- On the basis of 2015 data, the Sunderban has 180 tigers, 106 of which are in the border of Bangladesh and 74 are in the borders of India. Tiger attacks kill about 50 people every year.
- In the Sunderban (Sundarban), a village is named after Vido Village, where most of the family members have died due to the attack of Tiger by the woman.
- The Sundarbans is the world’s largest Mangrove forest, which means that this forest is always surrounded by swamps. It will be read about Mangrove in his childhood that the tree whose roots come out of the ground is called Mangrove tree.
- Sundarban is the world’s largest delta. This delta, also called the Bengal Delta or Green Delta, is made from the integration of both Ganga and Brahmaputra rivers.
- The evergreen Sundarbans has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site due to which its conservation is being done at a very large level.
- The Sunderbans Royal is also home to the Bengal Tiger, where Tiger is the largest living place in the world. The responsibility of preserving this extinct species is now in the hands of the Sunderbans only.
- These tropical delta tidal halophytes in the world is the largest area of the Mangrove forest, where you will find diverse vegetation.
- In the Sunderbans’s vast delta, the group of 54 small islands has been formed, not 5-6 islands.
- The name Sundarban (Sundarban) has been taken from Sundari Pardo, which is found in the Sunderbans, and it is named as Sundarban by using Shundor in Bengali. The only medium of transport in the Sundarbans is the boat because the person is out of the woods Can not come when the water can easily get out of the way.
- The Sundarbans delta is the world’s widest, deepest and most active delta associated with the Bengal Basin, due to which there is variety in flora and fauna.
- Sundarbans is India’s largest Fishery Board, where Sunderban Development Board runs Fishery Project in the area of 50 hectares.
- Over 50 species of mammals reside in the Sundarbans, including the Royal Bungalow Tiger, about 60 creeping species, 300 species of birds and more than 300 species of vegetation.
- Paradise is the same for the people who want to have the Sundarbans photography because different wildlife can be filmed along with scenes of this beautiful dense forest. Due to this, many companies making documentary have taken the diversity of this into their cameras and reached the whole world.
- There is also a momentary danger in the Sundarbans. You will also find snakes and crocodiles, which you have to avoid because they are not easily seen in dense jungle and can harm you. Therefore, you should stay close to the coast.