Sunderbans National Park
The Sundarbans is the largest halophytic mangrove forest and lies at the mouth of the Ganges across West Bengal. The seasonally-flooded Sunderbans freshwater swamp forest covers 4000 sq kms and lies inland and is a World heritage site known for the Royal Bengal Tiger as well as species of birds, crocodiles and snakes. It is estimated that there are 500 Bengal tigers and wild life viewing is through powered country crafts.
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