The Sundarban Paragraph 200 Words
The Sundarbans is the world’s largest mangrove forest, with the amazing Sundarbans Tiger Reserve in Bangladesh. It stretches across a vast coastal area of 20,000 square kilometers and contains 13% of the world’s mangrove forests. Manchineels, tigers, and birds roam around in there.”
The Sundarbans are in Bangladesh, not India. A lot of people assume that it is an Indian forest, and therefore does not count. Here’s the truth: it is in Bangladesh (or East Pakistan) and the Indian Sundarbans fall in West Bengal (now part of India.) Sundarbans have 13% of the world’s mangrove forests. India claims 3%.” That is wrong. The Sundarbans in Bangladesh have 13% of the world’s mangrove forests, while the Indian Sundarbans have only 3%.
A reserve is basically a protected area, where people like scientists can study animals and plants among others. If a tiger reserve were protected by security guards, it would probably make the list of most dangerous jobs in the world. Then again, the Sundarbans are not a reserve, and even the natural world has security guards. But there’s no denying that it’s an important preserve.
A coastal area of 20,000 square kilometers (15% of the Sundarbans) is under strict fishing rules. There are 5 parts to this sentence: Coastal area of 20,000 km2 = 0.005 million km2 – This part is a misused unit of measurement. What he means is 0.24 million km2. It’s correct, but a little confusing.