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I am very excited to share this particular post that would feature the endangered species — the Royal Bengal Tigers that roam around majestically in the Sunderbans — the greatest mangrove forest in the world. Here is a television commercial by Bangladesh Tourism Board that features this beautiful creature. The theme of this television commercial is Bangladesh: The Land of Rivers. I thank the golam kibria YouTube channel for uploading this video. Enjoy!
This Sky Vision documentary on the legendary ‘The Royal Bengal Tigers’ is a renowned, multi-award winning film that features the life of the most elusive of cats in the Sunderbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world, situated in Bangladesh.
A part of the beautiful forest Sunderbans is also situated in India. This documentary captures the rare footage of the elusive ‘big cat’ and is a must-see!
The Royal Bengal Tiger has been classified as endangered species by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature). According to Wikipedia, By 2011, the total population of this rare species was estimated at fewer than 2,500 tigers with a decreasing trend.
I stumbled across this YouTube video of the tiger that the videographer could catch live. Enjoy this footage from Beautiful Places To See YouTube channel:
The population of this species is around 440 in Bangladesh, more than 2000 in India, around less than 150 in Nepal and less than 100 in Bhutan.
Without further ado, let me ask you to enjoy this wonderful YouTube video by Free Documentary channel:
Mind you, there are Sunderban travel packages available if you want to relish the beauty of this largest mangrove forest in the world. Best of luck with everything including the tiger watching expedition!