The rapid deterioration of health caused by mangrove 200 meters from the coast lush disappear each year in the Sunderbans by zoologists.
Nathalie Pettorelli, Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and the lead author of the study, said: “Our results show a significant decline in the coast, which cannot be explained by the dynamics by how ordinary degradation occurs. Sunderbans degradation is on rapid and its weakening the natural shield for India and Bangladesh ..
Sunderbans is the largest block of mangrove forests in the world again, from nearly 500 species of reptiles, fish, birds and mammals, including the famous Royal Bengal Tiger
Rising human development, which increases global warming, degradation of natural resources against tsunamis and hurricanes inevitably leads to a loss of biodiversity of species in the world, according to a statement from ZSL.
Sarah Christie, tiger conservation expert ZSL said: “The Sunderbans is an important habitat for the tiger, one of the few remaining forests, large enough to contain hundreds of them. To lose Sundarbans is a step closer to extinction of these majestic animals, The Royal Bengal Tigers. “.
It’s definitely high time, our government should look forward to conserve the Sunderbans natural resources and should attract tourist and foreign funds which would help in this process of protecting the forest resources.