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  • Batagur Baska

    Rare 'Batagur Baska' hatched in Sundarban’s Karamjal

    Wildlife conservation efforts always involve immense patience and resilience and takes a long time to show any tangible progress. On the morning of May 16, conservationist and forest department officials at the wildlife breeding centre in Karamjal of East Sundarbans woke up to see some of the conservation efforts producing results.

  • sundarban Sundari trees

    Sundari disappearing fast in Sundarbans for salinity, diseases

    Sundari tree, one of the most extensively found mangrove species in the Sundarbans, are disappearing for various diseases, including 'top-dying disease' which has killed 15 percent trees since the 80s.

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