Amazing Tourist Spots in Khulna Division – The Sundarban (Part-2)

March 25, 2018

 The Amazing tourist spots – The Sundarban – (part-2)

Among the most beautiful and amazing tourist spots in Khulna division the Sundarbans is on the top. It is not only the top famous spot in Khulna division but also have a higher rated ranking in the world. Tourists from home and abroad visit here continuously. Researchers from all over the world come and do researches on various topics about Sundarbans.

Forests of freshwater wetlands

Forests of the Sundarbans and the wetlands of it, belong to the tropical humid forest of Bangladesh. Examples of such forest-type wetlands The fresh water of freshwater biomass is reduced and in the rainy season this salinity decreases slightly, especially when the water of the Ganges and Brahmaputra drains the nanazal and the thick layer of clay layer is deposited.

Plant diversity

The main forest variations of the Sundarbans are rich in heritiera fomes, excoecaria agallocha, ceriops decandra and keura (sonneratia apetala). According to Pren’s estimation in 1903, there are a total of 245 species and 334 species of plants. After Prine’s report there has been a significant change in the various mangrove species and their classification. The nature of the forest has been searched very rarely to keep track of these changes. Although most of the other mangroves in the world have a high prevalence of Rhizophoraceae, Avicenneaceae or Laganculariaceae, the trees of the Sterculiaceae and Euphorbiaceae tree in the mangroves of Bangladesh.

There is a great difference between plant life flow in the mangrove forests of Bangladesh compared to other coastal mangrove forests and highland forests which are not deltaic. The importance of Rhizophoraceae less than the previous. Variations of plant life cycle have been explained on the basis of the effects of pure water and low salinity in the Northeast and on the basis of water extraction and poly-storage.

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Wild life of sundarban

Sundarbans has been classified as a humid tropical forest which has been developed on the well-lit beach of Sonora (Sonneratia apetala) and other coastal trees in the main forest. Historically, there are three main types of plants in the Sundarbans, which have been identified based on the depth of the salinity in the water, the extent of fresh water flow and the extent of the relation of the geology.

As well as the beauty of the beautiful and gewa throughout the region, there are sporadic (Xylocarpus granatum) and keora (Sonneratia apetala). Among the grasses and shrubs is Poresia coaractata, Myriostachya wightiana, Shan (Imperata cylindrical)], Phragmites karka, Gulpata (Nypa fruticans) are well organized. Kheora refers to the newly formed sludge and this species is important for wildlife, especially for the Axis axis. Apart from the forest, along with the vast areas of the Sundarbans, the saltwater and sweet water reservoirs, the inter-riverploughs, the shelf, the sandstones, the open grassland and the area of ​​the trees and shrubs in the pigeon.

Traditions generally mean that sequential acquisition of an area by different species of trees In a clogged mud grazing area, the new species began to be replaced step by step by the new species. Lastly, a local class of different species of trees that are suitable for the weather. According to the troupe, the sequence usually starts on the land made from new sediments. The first landmark in this newly formed land is Guevara, along with the Avicennia and the Round Page. When the land gets taller on the silt, other species of trees come in there. One of the most known but late varieties is Guevara (Excoecaria agallocha). With rise in height, sometimes the river flows in the river and starts coming to the beautiful (Heritiera fomes). To learn more read Amazing Tourist Spots in Khulna Division – The Sundarban (Part-1)


There is a wide variety of wildlife in the Sundarbans. These wild life also make The Sundarban The most amazing Tourist spots in Khulna division. Livelihood Conservation Management In some areas of the Sundarbans, it is like a restricted sanctuary, where uncultivated forest resources can not be collected and there is little disruption in wild life. Although it is clear that livestock resources of Bangladesh have decreased in recent years [5] and the Sundarbans are not beyond this. Yet the Sundarbans has survived many species of progeny and other related species. Among them, Tigers and Shushuks are being planned with preservation and preservation management and tourism development. The status of both the conditions and the conservation management system, which is in complete opposite environment, is a strong index of overall wildlife and conservation management. According to the estimate of 2004, the Sundarbans 500 is the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger, which is the single largest part of the tiger in the world.

Kotka- sundarban

Ecology of the Sundarbans is of basic nature and which is a vast place of wild animals. The number of wild animals and their habitat and the management of forest management are very much affected. Turtle (Kaito Turtle – Betagur baska, Sondhi Kachim – Lissemys punctata and Smooth cartilage – Trionyx hurum), Lizard yellow monitor – Varanus flavescens and Water monitor – Varanus salvator, Python molurus and Panthera tigris tigris One of the local species of Sundarbans.

Recent studies have shown that the diverse biodiversity reservoirs are commercially important in the Sundarbans commercially important 120 species of fish, 270 species of birds, 42 species of mammals, 35 reptiles and 8 amphibian habitats. From this it is understood that there are a large number of species of different species (30% reptiles, 37% of birds and 37% mammals) in the Sundarbans of Bangladesh, and a large part of them is rare in other parts of the country. According to the government, the two species of amphibians, 14 species of reptiles, 25 species of birds, and 5 species of breastmilk are currently under threat. For birds in the field of observation, reading and research, the Sundarbans is a paradise for birds. In the meantime, many species have been extinct, including wild buffalo, para deer, wild ox, small and big horn rhinoceros, bar horn, leopard tiger. The more white spinach pair of earrings, bunting poultry, goggles, and other birds of the lake.

Sundarban Tiger

According to 2004 estimates, the Sundarbans is home to about 500 Royal Bengal Tiger Tigers, which is the single largest part of the tiger. These tiger countless people, about 100 to 250 people per year, are widely known for their killing. They are not the only tiger near the boundaries of human habitation. Surrounded by the tiger surroundings, the attack on humans is rare. There is no news of any deaths due to the tiger attack of the Indian part of the Sundarbans due to various measures taken for security. On the other hand, in the Sundarbans of Bangladesh, more than half of the tigers died in the period from 1981 to 2004.

Local people and government officials take various safety measures to prevent the attack of tigers. Local fishermen celebrate the journey of Banadevi Banwibi and religious rituals before commencing. It is important for the local population to pray for safe wander in the Sundarbans. Since the tiger always attacks from behind, fishermen and woodcutters are wearing a mask behind their head. Although the system worked for a short time, the tigers understood the tactic and started attacking again. Government officials wear hard pads like a pad of American football players, which cover the back part of the neck. This arrangement is being done to prevent the tiger bite in the spine, which is their preferred attack strategy. To learn about the previous writing please read Part – 1

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