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Bangladeshi children playing traditional games on a winter morning. Singair, Manikganj, Bangladesh. December 25, 2007.

Children playing with a homemade toy car on a winter morning next to a mustard field. Singair, Manikganj, Bangladesh. December 25, 2007

Children playing with a homemade toy car on a winter's morning. Singair, Manikganj, Bangladesh. December 25, 2007

Sunset by the beach in Katka in the Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary. The largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, it covers an area of 38,500 sq km, about a third of which is covered in water. Sundarbans, Khulna, Bangladesh.

The mangrove forest in Katka in the Sundarbans is slowly recovering from the devastation wrought by Cyclone Sidr in late November, 2007. The Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary, is the largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, cov

River gulls flying over the Poshur River in the Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary. The largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, it covers an area of 38,500 sq km, about a third of which is covered in water. Sundarbans, Khulna,

A canal in the Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary. The largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, it covers an area of 38,500 sq km, about a third of which is covered in water. Sundarbans, Khulna, Bangladesh. December 29, 2007.

A canal in the Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary. The largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, it covers an area of 38,500 sq km, about a third of which is covered in water. Sundarbans, Khulna, Bangladesh. December 29, 2007.

A yellow-breasted kingfisher in the Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary. The largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, it covers an area of 38,500 sq km, about a third of which is covered in water. Sundarbans, Khulna, Bangladesh.

A yellow-breasted kingfisher in the Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary. The largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, it covers an area of 38,500 sq km, about a third of which is covered in water. Sundarbans, Khulna, Bangladesh.

Tourists walking in Kewrashuthi Jungle with an armed guard in the Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary. The largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, it covers an area of 38,500 sq km, about a third of which is covered in water. Su

The Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a wildlife sanctuary. The largest littoral mangrove forest in the world, it covers an area of 38,500 sq km, about a third of which is covered in water. Sundarbans, Khulna, Bangladesh. December 28, 2007.