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Sundarban: Confrontation to Conservation

The Sundarban Biosphere Reserve is located in the districts of North and South 24 Parganas of West Bengal and consists of three zones—core (1692 sq km), buffer (2233 sq km) and  transition (5705 sq km). The core zone is represented by the Sundarban National Park and the buffer includes three wildlife sanctuaries at Sajnekhali (362 sq km), Lothian (38 sq km) and Haliday (6 sq km). The Sundarban is the world’s largest inter-tidal area spread over 26000 sq km formed...

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