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Nipa Palm, or Golpata, (Nipa fruticans) grows in abundance by the side of almost all the canals in Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world. Khulna, Bangladesh. March 26, 2009. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the area is known for its wide range of fauna,

Fishing boats on the Poshur River at Mongla, the entrance point of the Sundarbans. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the largest littoral mangrove forest in the world. The area is known for its wide range of fauna, including 260 bird species, the Royal Bengal tig

Honey collectors or Mawalis on the way to Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world. Khulna, Bangladesh. March 28, 2009. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the area is known for its wide range of fauna, including 260 bird species, the Royal Bengal tiger and o

Nipa Palm, or Golpata, (Nipa fruticans) grows in abundance by the side of almost all the canals in Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world. Khulna, Bangladesh. March 26, 2009. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the area is known for its wide range of fauna,

A landscape of the Poshur River under a cloudy sky. Khulna, Bangladesh. March 28, 2009.

A landscape of the Poshur River under a cloudy sky. Khulna, Bangladesh. March 28, 2009.

The National Memorial Tower or Jatiya Smriti Shoudha at Savar, about 20 km from Dhaka, in memory of those who sacrificed their lives during the Liberation War of 1971. Dhaka, Bangladesh. December 16, 2008.

The National Memorial Tower or Jatiya Smriti Shoudha at Savar, about 20 km from Dhaka, in memory of those who sacrificed their lives during the Liberation War of 1971. Dhaka, Bangladesh. December 16, 2008.

Sun drying fish fillets on bamboo scaffolds, at Kuakata beach in Southern Bangladesh. Dry fish, called “Shutki” in Bangla, is a popular delicacy among Bengalis. It is a lucrative industry. Patuakhali, Bangladesh. November 11, 2010.

The National Memorial Tower or Jatiya Smriti Shoudha at Savar, about 20 km from Dhaka, in memory of those who sacrificed their lives during the Liberation War of 1971. Dhaka, Bangladesh. December 16, 2008.

Sun drying fish fillets on bamboo scaffolds, at Kuakata beach in Southern Bangladesh. Dry fish, called “Shutki” in Bangla, is a popular delicacy among Bengalis. It is a lucrative industry. Patuakhali, Bangladesh. November 11, 2010.

Sun drying fish fillets on bamboo scaffolds, at Kuakata beach in Southern Bangladesh. Dry fish, called “Shutki” in Bangla, is a popular delicacy among Bengalis. It is a lucrative industry. Patuakhali, Bangladesh. November 11, 2010.