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Spotted deer in the National Park of Nijhum Dwip (Nijhum Island), in the shallow estuary of the Bay of Bengal, south of Noakhali district, Bangladesh. December 9, 2009. The Forest Department of Bangladesh created mangrove forests on the island and in 2001 declared

A canal in Nijhum Dwip (Nijhum Island), located in the shallow estuary of the Bay of Bengal, south of Noakhali district, Bangladesh. December 9, 2009. The Forest Department of Bangladesh created mangrove forests on the island and in 2001 declared it as National Par

Stacks of bamboo ferried in rafts across the Kachalong River in Rangamati, one of the hill districts under Chittagong Division of Bangladesh. June 6, 2009.

A girl from Tripura community stands at her home, in the village of Konglak Para, Khagrachari, Bangladesh. June 6, 2009.

A mother from Murong community with her children. Khagrachari, Bangladesh. June 6, 2009.

Spotted deer in the National Park of Nijhum Dwip (Nijhum Island), in the shallow estuary of the Bay of Bengal, south of Noakhali district, Bangladesh. December 9, 2009. The Forest Department of Bangladesh created mangrove forests on the island and in 2001 declared

Terracotta plaque from Kantanagar Temple, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. July 22, 2009. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramnath, in 1752 AD.

Terracotta plaque from Kantanagar Temple, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. July 22, 2009. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramnath, in 1752 AD.

Terracotta decoration on the walls of Kantanagar Temple, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. July 22, 2009. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramnath, in 1752 AD.

Terracotta plaque from Kantanagar Temple, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. July 22, 2009. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramnath, in 1752 AD.

Terracotta plaques from Kantanagar Temple, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. July 22, 2009. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramnath, in 1752 AD.

The road to the village of Sajek from Khagrachari, one of the hill districts under Chittagong division of Bangladesh. June 6, 2009.