Sunderbans closed for tourists for three months: Forest department imposes ban to protect wildlife

Sunderbans closed for tourists for three months: Forest department imposes ban to protect wildlife

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Moreover, it is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, spotted deer, rhesus monkey, 42 species of mammals, 290 species of birds, 120 species of fish, 35 reptiles and eight species of amphibians.

Of these, two species of amphibians, 14 species of reptiles, 25 species of birds and five species of mammals are currently endangered.

Since reaching the coastal areas of Remal on Sunday, the forest department has till Friday recovered 111 carcasses of spotted deer, one of the most loved creatures of the forest.

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