The world's largest mangrove swamps

The Greeks may have given us the word delta – the labyrinthine network of a river as it meets the sea, but the Sunderbans would have offered a perfect example. With the largest mangrove forests spread out over thousands of islands that face repeated inundation, the dark, swampy undergrowths have been known to hide everything from bandits to refugees. Today it provides sanctuary for the Royal Bengal tiger, the marsh crocodile among others and has been declared a world heritage site. A must-visit for swamp monsters, wildlife enthusiasts, and biologists.

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