Where is the world’s largest mangrove forest?

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Here is the option for the question :

  • Indonesia
  • Bangladesh
  • Thailand
  • Australia

The Answer:

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[STC00774] The Sundarbans Reserve Forest is located in the southwest corner of Bangladesh. It is the biggest continuous mangrove forest in the world and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Trees and bushes known as mangroves tend to colonize areas of low-oxygen soil that are located in close proximity to calm coastal waters. The Sundarbans Mangrove Forest is adjacent to the Bay of Bengal and the river delta that was formed by the confluence of the Megha, Ganges, and Brahmaputra rivers. This forest covers 3,900 square miles. Approximately fifty-two of the Sundarbans’ 102 islands are inhabited, while the remaining islands are covered in thick vegetation. Tigers, especially the critically endangered Royal Bengal tiger, are the only known inhabitants of this one and only mangrove in the entire globe. In addition, there are 260 different species of birds and unique crocodiles and pythons living in this region.