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Sundarbans, West Bengal
Sundarbans, famous for its Bengal Tigers is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Did you know that the Sundarbans is actually 10 times bigger than the city of Venice? Sundarbans is an amalgamation of a total of 102 islands and Mangrove forests. Since this place brims with Mangroves, it is named Sundarbans after the Mangrove tree ‘Sundari’.
Certain areas in the Sundarbans which have lakes and water bodies are famous for the sighting of phytoplanktons which are small microorganisms that glow in the dark. For all the budding wildlife photographers, this tiger reserve is definitely a place where you can hone your skills.