• Nature and Life Episode 34 Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh 02

    Nature and Life - Episode 33. Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh-01. By Prokriti O Jibon Foundation.

    published: 06 Dec 2012
  • documentary wildlife fishing in Bangladesh river with a net,and boat in HD

    short documentary about a poor fishermen, and shows how he fishes on daily basis to support his family in Bangladesh please subscribe for new videos.. Thank you

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • A real taste of the exotic wildlife in Bangladesh

    It was a new experience for Alamgir, his wife and two kids. Because, for the first time in life they have visited a safari park, and felt the real taste of the exotic wildlife. The park in Gazipur on the outskirts of Bangladesh capital Dhaka is also now one of the best tourist sites in the South Asian countries.

    published: 14 Nov 2016
  • Nature and Life Episode 33 Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh 01

    Nature and Life - Episode 33. Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh-01. By Prokriti O Jibon Foundation.

    published: 05 Dec 2012
  • Wild Life in Bangladesh - the 1st Wildlife Documentary of Bangladesh

    This is the 1st Wildlife Documentary of Bangladesh made by DFP (Department of Film & Publication) of Govt of Bangladesh & Forest Department. Camera - S M Towhid (Babu) Editing - Badal Rahman Sound - A Mujid Khan Music - Alam Khan Commentary & Narration - Aly Zaker Script - Toha Khan.

    published: 24 Mar 2015
  • wildlife news of Bangladesh---kalim bird

    published: 30 Jan 2011
  • Bangladesh to Burma documentary

    Simon leaves India by river boat to Bangladesh, the independent Muslim eastern half of Bengal, over the Patna all the way to capital Dhaka. On the way he witnesses traditional fishing with 'tame' otters and the extreme erosion of muddy banks without rocks due to greenhouse warming. Then in the capital Dhaka he meets some of the millions of child workers. Back to India, where the tribal jungle lands of Tripura are fading fast due to 'development'. In Burma (Myanmar), a Chin refugee shows how hard and risky life is for members of that minority or anyone not part of the military junta regime.

    published: 03 Sep 2015
  • Beautiful Places To See- The Sundarbans, Bangladesh (Searching For A Tiger)

    Beautiful Places To See- The Sundarbans, Bangladesh (Searching For A Tiger) The Sundarbans are the largest littoral mangrove belt in the world, stretching 80km (50mi) into the Bangladeshi hinterland from the coast. The forests aren't just mangrove swamps though, they include some of the last remaining stands of the mighty jungles which once covered the Gangetic plain. The Sundarbans cover an area of 38,500 sq km, of which about one-third is covered in water. Since 1966 the Sundarbans have been a wildlife sanctuary, and it is estimated that there are now 400 Royal Bengal tigers and about 30,000 spotted deer in the area. The park is also home to sea gypsy fishing families who catch fish using trained otters. To see this pristine environment, you need to get a permit from the Divisional ...

    published: 07 Feb 2015
  • Nature and Life - Episode 212 (Migratory Wild Ducks of Bangladesh)

    Bangladesh is a country of temperate weather. Due to favorable environmental condition a unique ecosystem, rich with floral & faunal diversity, has emerged here. The country is rich with hills, fountains, plain land forests, mangrove forest and various wetlands like- rivers, haor, baor, beel etc. Vast coastal region is sited in the south. As a result, Bangladesh has become a safe habitat for Waterbirds. Millions of migratory ducks migrate here in winter from colder countries. Around 24 species of migratory wild ducks can be seen in this country. Among these ducks Fulvous Whistling Duck, Common Shelduck, Ruddy Shelduck, Bar-headed Goose, Baer’s Pochard, Common Pochard, Northern Shoveler, Garganey, Eurasian Wigeon, Northern Pintail etc. are remarkable. They differ from each other by size an...

    published: 13 Apr 2016
  • wildlife news of Cocxbazar, Bangladesh - Shark

    Sharks are a group of fish characterized by a cartilaginous skeleton, five to seven gill slits on the sides of the head, and pectoral fins that are not fused to the head. Modern sharks are classified within the clade Selachimorpha (or Selachii), and are the sister group to the rays. However, the term "shark" has also been used for extinct members of the subclass Elasmobranchii outside the Selachimorpha, such as Cladoselache and Xenacanthus. Under this broader definition, the earliest known sharks date from more than 420 million years ago.[1] Since, sharks have diversified into over 470 species. They range in size from the small dwarf lanternshark (Etmopterus perryi), a deep sea species of only 17 centimetres (6.7 in) in length, to the whale shark (Rhincodon typus), the largest fish in the...

    published: 29 Jan 2011
  • Satchari national park | safari | Eco park | Trail | Wildlife |Forest |Nature | Hobigonj |Bangladesh

    Satchari National Park (Bengali: সাতছড়ি) is a national park in Habiganj District, Bangladesh. After the 1974 Wild Life Preservation Act, in 2005 Satchari National Park was built on 243 hectares (600 acres) of land. Literally 'Satchari' in Bengali means 'Seven Streams'. There are seven streams flowing in this jungle, and the name 'Satchari' came from there. The park is situated in Raghunandan hill, under Paikpara Union, Chunarughat Upazila, Habiganj District, under Sylhet region.[3] It is 130 kilometres (81 mi) from the capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka. There are 9 tea gardens nearby. Satchari tea garden is on the West and Chaklapunji tea garden is on the East. Approximately 24 families of Tipra Tribe are living now in the Tipra village. There are approximately 200 and more trees are in ...

    published: 03 May 2017
  • Nature and Life - Episode 196 (Endangered Wildlife of Sundarbans)

    The Sundarbans is the largest unique mangrove forest in the world. Sixty percent of this forest is situated in Bangladesh. The ecosystem of the Sundarbans is fulfilled with numerous rivers and canals spread like tree branches. The land of the Sundarbans is always wet due to regular tide. So the Sundarbans has been a unique ecosystem comprised of diversified plants and animals, enriched with wildlife resources. For this reason, the Sundarbans is a world heritage now. But due to population growth, excessive collection of the natural resources and climate change etc., the ecosystem of Sundarbans is changing day by day. So, numerous animals of this area are decreasing rapidly due to insufficiency of habitats and food. Some species are on the way of extinction. Among these endangered animals, t...

    published: 14 Sep 2015
  • Bangladesh wildlife|most beautiful animals life in south Asia

    animals news

    published: 01 Jun 2016
  • Nature and Life - Episode 207 (Illegal Wildlife Trading)

    A wide variety of wildlife is found all over the world. Besides keeping environmental balance they are the sources of natural beauty also. So wildlife is important in terms of both aesthetic beauty and luxury. Besides, superstitions regarding medicine made from wildlife and communal faiths have been prevailing throughout the world since ancient time. So, a large business on wildlife has been established, majority of which is illegal. The trade is increasing day by day and the helpless wildlife is being threatened and so is the overall ecosystem. The beauty of wildlife attracts all. As a result, a luxurious demand has been created for the wildlife and variety of products made from their body parts. The business is spreading along with the public demand. This includes various birds, turtle...

    published: 18 Jan 2016
  • adventure mind, exploring Bangladesh nature and wildlife

    Beautiful Bangladesh Bangladesh is a small country situated in south-east Asia. Its area is small but geographically and naturally it is one of the most beautiful countries of the world. Bangladesh is a riverine country. Hundreds of rivers are scattered all around the country. And Bangladesh...

    published: 06 Aug 2017
  • Nature and Life - Episode 119 (Forests of Bangladesh)

    Bangladesh is beautiful with its natural greens. It is known as 'country of green' due to its vast crop lands and diversified forests. Our forests are a vital part of our natural resources. Here, millions of people live depending on forest resources. Additionally, forests play the most vital role in maintaining natural balance. Mainly four types of forest found in this country. But evergreen forest is the most remarkable among them. This forest is rich with beauty as well as resources. Evergreen forest encompasses three layered plants -- small, medium and large. Some climbers and shrubs are also found in this forest along with high-rise trees. Apart from those; Bamboo, Rattan, various species of grass and Orchids can also be seen in this forest. Predominantly the hilly forest of Hill Tract...

    published: 27 Mar 2013
Nature and Life   Episode 34 Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh 02

Nature and Life Episode 34 Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh 02

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  • Updated: 06 Dec 2012
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Nature and Life - Episode 33. Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh-01. By Prokriti O Jibon Foundation.
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documentary wildlife fishing in Bangladesh river with a net,and boat in HD

documentary wildlife fishing in Bangladesh river with a net,and boat in HD

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  • Updated: 19 Oct 2016
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short documentary about a poor fishermen, and shows how he fishes on daily basis to support his family in Bangladesh please subscribe for new videos.. Thank you
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A real taste of the exotic wildlife in Bangladesh

A real taste of the exotic wildlife in Bangladesh

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  • Updated: 14 Nov 2016
  • views: 318
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It was a new experience for Alamgir, his wife and two kids. Because, for the first time in life they have visited a safari park, and felt the real taste of the exotic wildlife. The park in Gazipur on the outskirts of Bangladesh capital Dhaka is also now one of the best tourist sites in the South Asian countries.
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Nature and Life   Episode 33 Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh 01

Nature and Life Episode 33 Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh 01

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  • Updated: 05 Dec 2012
  • views: 5124
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Nature and Life - Episode 33. Endangered Wildlife of Bangladesh-01. By Prokriti O Jibon Foundation.
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Wild Life in Bangladesh - the 1st Wildlife Documentary of Bangladesh

Wild Life in Bangladesh - the 1st Wildlife Documentary of Bangladesh

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  • Duration: 13:32
  • Updated: 24 Mar 2015
  • views: 835
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This is the 1st Wildlife Documentary of Bangladesh made by DFP (Department of Film & Publication) of Govt of Bangladesh & Forest Department. Camera - S M Towhid (Babu) Editing - Badal Rahman Sound - A Mujid Khan Music - Alam Khan Commentary & Narration - Aly Zaker Script - Toha Khan.
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wildlife news of Bangladesh---kalim bird

wildlife news of Bangladesh---kalim bird

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  • Updated: 30 Jan 2011
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Bangladesh to Burma documentary

Bangladesh to Burma documentary

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  • Duration: 59:10
  • Updated: 03 Sep 2015
  • views: 396080
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Simon leaves India by river boat to Bangladesh, the independent Muslim eastern half of Bengal, over the Patna all the way to capital Dhaka. On the way he witnesses traditional fishing with 'tame' otters and the extreme erosion of muddy banks without rocks due to greenhouse warming. Then in the capital Dhaka he meets some of the millions of child workers. Back to India, where the tribal jungle lands of Tripura are fading fast due to 'development'. In Burma (Myanmar), a Chin refugee shows how hard and risky life is for members of that minority or anyone not part of the military junta regime.
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Beautiful Places To See- The Sundarbans, Bangladesh (Searching For A Tiger)

Beautiful Places To See- The Sundarbans, Bangladesh (Searching For A Tiger)

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  • Updated: 07 Feb 2015
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Beautiful Places To See- The Sundarbans, Bangladesh (Searching For A Tiger) The Sundarbans are the largest littoral mangrove belt in the world, stretching 80km (50mi) into the Bangladeshi hinterland from the coast. The forests aren't just mangrove swamps though, they include some of the last remaining stands of the mighty jungles which once covered the Gangetic plain. The Sundarbans cover an area of 38,500 sq km, of which about one-third is covered in water. Since 1966 the Sundarbans have been a wildlife sanctuary, and it is estimated that there are now 400 Royal Bengal tigers and about 30,000 spotted deer in the area. The park is also home to sea gypsy fishing families who catch fish using trained otters. To see this pristine environment, you need to get a permit from the Divisional Forest Office in Khulna. With permit in hand, it's possible to hire a boat from Mongla or Dhangmari to get you to Hiron Point. From Hiron Point you will have to hire a guide to take you into the park. Sundarbans is home to many different species of birds, mammals, insects, reptiles and fishes. Over 120 species of fish and over 260 species of birds have been recorded in the Sundarbans. The Gangetic River Dolphin (Platanista gangeticus) is common in the rivers. No less than 50 species of reptiles and eight species of amphibians are known to occur. The Sundarbans now support the only population of the Estuarine, or Salt-Water Crocodile (Crocodylus parasus) in Bangladesh, and that population is estimated at less than two hundred individuals. Here land and water meet in many novel fashions, Wildlife presents many a spectacle. No wonder, you may come across a Royal Bengal Tiger swimming across the streams or the crocodiles basking on the river banks. With the approach of the evening herds of deer make for the darking glades where boisterous monkeys shower Keora leaves from above for sumptuous meal for the former. For the botanist, the lover of nature, the poet and the painter this land provides a variety of wonder for which they all crave. It's beauty lies in its unique natural surrounding. Thousands of meandering streams, creeks, rivers and estuaries have enhanced its charm. Sundarbans meaning beautiful forest is the natural habitat of the world famous Royal Bengal Tiger, spotted deer, crocodiles, jungle fowl, wild boar, lizards, theses monkey and an innumerable variety of beautiful birds. Migratory flock of Siberian ducks flying over thousands of sail boats loaded with timber, golpatta (round-leaf), fuel wood, honey, shell and fish further add to the serene natural beauty of the Sundarbans. This is indeed a land for the sportsmen, the anglers and the photographers with its abundance of game, big and small, crocodile, wild boar, deer, pythons, wild-birds and above all the Royal Bengal Tiger, cunning, ruthless and yet majestic and graceful, For the less adventurously inclined, there are ducks and snipes, herons and coots, yellow-lags and sandpipers. It is also the land for the ordinary holiday makers who desire to rest or wander around at will to refresh their mind and feast their eyes with the rich treasure that nature has so fondly bestowed. (Tiger attacks in the Sundarbans, Royal Bengal Tiger, Saltwater Crocodile, Great Egret, Black-Capped Kingfisher, Chital, Horseshoe Crab, sundarban tiger reserve video, sundarban tiger video, sundarban tiger movie, sundarban tiger youtube, sundarban tiger attack, sundarban tiger project, sundarban tiger pictures, sunderban tiger camp, Bawali, wood cutter, sundari tree, tiger projects, UNESCO world heritage site, largest mangrove forest on earth, oil disaster, oil spilling) Music: All music are from You tube Audio Library
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Nature and Life - Episode 212 (Migratory Wild Ducks of Bangladesh)

Nature and Life - Episode 212 (Migratory Wild Ducks of Bangladesh)

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  • Duration: 28:01
  • Updated: 13 Apr 2016
  • views: 24017
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Bangladesh is a country of temperate weather. Due to favorable environmental condition a unique ecosystem, rich with floral & faunal diversity, has emerged here. The country is rich with hills, fountains, plain land forests, mangrove forest and various wetlands like- rivers, haor, baor, beel etc. Vast coastal region is sited in the south. As a result, Bangladesh has become a safe habitat for Waterbirds. Millions of migratory ducks migrate here in winter from colder countries. Around 24 species of migratory wild ducks can be seen in this country. Among these ducks Fulvous Whistling Duck, Common Shelduck, Ruddy Shelduck, Bar-headed Goose, Baer’s Pochard, Common Pochard, Northern Shoveler, Garganey, Eurasian Wigeon, Northern Pintail etc. are remarkable. They differ from each other by size and color. Haor, baor, beel, other water bodies and islands become sonorous with chirping. Most of the species of migratory wild ducks roam in flock. They forage for feeding in the wetlands and roost in the shore of the wetlands in flock. Ruddy Shelduck is a very beautiful wild duck. They can be seen in flock. They are large sized deep brown or reddish duck. They migrate from middle Asia, via Himalayan, to our country in winter and remain in alluvial coastal region, haor region and in the shores of rivers. Common Shelduck is also sized like Ruddy Shelduck. This is a uniquely beautiful duck with deep red bill and white & red mixed body color. They roam in flock on the coastal mud, chars, wetlands and river estuaries. A large number of Whistling Ducks are seen in our wetlands, especially in haor region, in winter. Two of their species are seen in our country. Fulvous Whistling Duck and Lesser Whistling Duck. Fulvous Whistling Ducks migrate to our country in winter. A small number of Lesser Whistling Ducks remain in the water bodies of our country throughout the year. But in winter a large number of Lesser Whistling Ducks migrate to our country and mix with our native ones. Eurasian Wigeons are medium sized duck with bluish bill. They can be seen in rivers and lagoons. They usually roam in large flock. They feed on grass, aquatic plants, insects, snails etc. Northern Pintail is a migratory duck with long throat and pointed tail. They can be seen in haor, coastal region and rivers in winter. Bar-headed Goose is a large sized waterbird. They roam on the banks of wetlands, coastal islands and on the chars of large rivers. They can be seen feeding both in daytime and night. They are one of the rare migratory birds of Bangladesh. Northern Shovelers are widely available migratory birds of Bangladesh. They can be seen in almost all types of wetlands in winter. They are so named because their long and wide bill looks almost like shovel. A number of species of Pochard migrate to Bangladesh. Among those Red-crested Pochard, Common Pochard and Ferruginous Duck are remarkable. Red-crested Pochard is a beautiful bird. They roam in flock. They are common in the haor region of our country. They can also be seen in large rivers and in coastal region. All species of migratory wild ducks are vital for our aquatic ecosystem. They help in controlling harmful insects. They keep the wetlands clean by feeding on diseased fishes. Besides, their droppings make the land fertile. They are vital for maintaining the natural environmental balance. But due to reasons like- illegal hunting, filling up of wetlands, application of insecticides etc. these migratory wild ducks are now endangered. Many of their species are now at the brink of extinction. If they decline, our ecosystem will also be harmed. So governmental and non-governmental initiatives are necessary to conserve migratory wild ducks. If we can build awareness to conserve migratory birds and can ensure their safe habitat, we’ll be able to conserve birds and maintain the equilibrium of our environment and ecosystem.
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wildlife news of Cocxbazar, Bangladesh - Shark

wildlife news of Cocxbazar, Bangladesh - Shark

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  • Updated: 29 Jan 2011
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Sharks are a group of fish characterized by a cartilaginous skeleton, five to seven gill slits on the sides of the head, and pectoral fins that are not fused to the head. Modern sharks are classified within the clade Selachimorpha (or Selachii), and are the sister group to the rays. However, the term "shark" has also been used for extinct members of the subclass Elasmobranchii outside the Selachimorpha, such as Cladoselache and Xenacanthus. Under this broader definition, the earliest known sharks date from more than 420 million years ago.[1] Since, sharks have diversified into over 470 species. They range in size from the small dwarf lanternshark (Etmopterus perryi), a deep sea species of only 17 centimetres (6.7 in) in length, to the whale shark (Rhincodon typus), the largest fish in the world, which reaches approximately 12 metres (39 ft). Sharks are found in all seas and are common to depths of 2,000 metres (6,600 ft). They generally do not live in freshwater although there are a few known exceptions, such as the bull shark and the river shark, which can survive in both seawater and freshwater.[2] They breathe through five to seven gill slits. Sharks have a covering of dermal denticles that protects their skin from damage and parasites in addition to improving their fluid dynamics. They have several sets of replaceable teeth.[3] Well-known species such as the great white shark, tiger shark, blue shark, mako shark, and the hammerhead shark are apex predators—organisms at the top of their underwater food chain. Their survival is threatened by human-related activities.
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Satchari national park | safari | Eco park | Trail | Wildlife |Forest |Nature | Hobigonj |Bangladesh

Satchari national park | safari | Eco park | Trail | Wildlife |Forest |Nature | Hobigonj |Bangladesh

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Satchari National Park (Bengali: সাতছড়ি) is a national park in Habiganj District, Bangladesh. After the 1974 Wild Life Preservation Act, in 2005 Satchari National Park was built on 243 hectares (600 acres) of land. Literally 'Satchari' in Bengali means 'Seven Streams'. There are seven streams flowing in this jungle, and the name 'Satchari' came from there. The park is situated in Raghunandan hill, under Paikpara Union, Chunarughat Upazila, Habiganj District, under Sylhet region.[3] It is 130 kilometres (81 mi) from the capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka. There are 9 tea gardens nearby. Satchari tea garden is on the West and Chaklapunji tea garden is on the East. Approximately 24 families of Tipra Tribe are living now in the Tipra village. There are approximately 200 and more trees are in Satchari National Park. Shaal (Shorea robusta), Segun (Tectona grandis), Agar, Garjan, Chapalish, Palm, Mehgani, Krishnachur, Dumur (Ficus), Jamrul, Shidha Jarul, Awal, Malekas, Eucalyptus, Akashmoni, Bamboo trees, bet trees (regional name Mutra) are the most common species of trees found there Wildlife in this park is rich. Red junglefowl, red-headed trogon, Oriental pied hornbill and pygmy woodpecker are some of them. The critically endangered hoolock gibbon also resides here. Also Phayre's leaf monkey, a species of langur also resides here.Asian black bear also resides here in small numbers. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TourFreaksBangladesh/?fref=ts Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/tourfreaksbangladesh/?hl=en
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Nature and Life - Episode 196 (Endangered Wildlife of Sundarbans)

Nature and Life - Episode 196 (Endangered Wildlife of Sundarbans)

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  • Updated: 14 Sep 2015
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The Sundarbans is the largest unique mangrove forest in the world. Sixty percent of this forest is situated in Bangladesh. The ecosystem of the Sundarbans is fulfilled with numerous rivers and canals spread like tree branches. The land of the Sundarbans is always wet due to regular tide. So the Sundarbans has been a unique ecosystem comprised of diversified plants and animals, enriched with wildlife resources. For this reason, the Sundarbans is a world heritage now. But due to population growth, excessive collection of the natural resources and climate change etc., the ecosystem of Sundarbans is changing day by day. So, numerous animals of this area are decreasing rapidly due to insufficiency of habitats and food. Some species are on the way of extinction. Among these endangered animals, the Bengal Tiger, Fishing Cat, Barking Deer, Otter, King Cobra, Monitor Lizard, Porcupine, estuarine Crocodile, River Terrapin, Ganges River Dolphin, Masked Finfoot, Lesser Adjutant and other birds are distinctive. The mammals of Sundarbans are in the most critical condition. Because the mammals need a wide spread habitat for sustaining, which is reducing day by day due to excessive collection of the natural resources. Among these endangered mammals, the world famous Bengal Tiger is special. Not only the habitat degradation, but also due to illegal hunting they are in critical condition today. The Bengal Tigers remaining in few numbers in Sundarbans are also facing variety of problems. The Sundarbans was the safest place for them one time. The otters are unique residents of Sundarbans. They are seen more in Sundarbans of our country. They also have been isolated due to water pollution. The number of Fishing Cat is also decreasing due to insufficiency of food. Though there are two species of Deer found in Sundarbans, the status of the Barking Deer is not good at all. The existence of the aquatic mammals is under threat due to various reasons related to climate change. The most familiar species in Bangladesh, Ganges River Dolphin is not in good condition also. They are not seen in the rivers of Sundarbans like before due to be caught into the fishing nets and death by accidents. The condition of reptiles in Sundarbans is also critical. Once upon a time Estuarine Crocodile, Freshwater Crocodile and Gavial were seen in the rivers of Sundarbans. The Freshwater Crocodile and the Gavial have been extinct from the Sundarbans. The estuarine Crocodile is surviving in endangered condition. Different species of snake are related closely with the ecosystem of Sundarbans. Some of them are also endangered now. King Cobra, Monocellate Cobra, python are significant among them. Sea snakes are also killed by entangled into fishing nets. So, their number is also reducing. The turtles are not in good condition also. In our country, the River Terrapins live only in the rivers of Sundarbans. They are also on the way of extinction due to spoiling of the river ecosystem. For various reasons, the number of endangered birds in Sundarbans is increasing. The Masked Finfoot is found only in the Sundarbans in this country. This duck-like bird is very beautiful to look at. The aquatic bird of Sundarbans, Lesser Adjutant is also endangered. Despite it was seen everywhere in this country, now found separately. Though Sundarbans is counted as the safe place for the kingfishers, the Ruddy Kingfisher is decreasing. These red colored birds normally prefer hidings. Though numerous species of aquatic birds were found once due to the presence of mud abundantly in the forests, their number has also been decreased. White-bellied Sea Eagle and Bengal Vulture are also endangered species of Sundarbans. They are not seen like before. The amphibian fauna of Sundarbans is not in good condition also. The Green Frog is a significant species here. The number of this species is also decreasing for water pollution. These endangered species were found abundantly in the Sundarbans once, which are the inseparable part of the forest ecosystem. But due to food scarcity, destruction of habitats and breeding grounds, the number of threatened species is increasing day by day. Due to the pressure of climate change and increasing human population these animals have been hopeless, and are counting the time to be extinct from the Earth. Some selfish people are involved in illegal wildlife trade. Moreover there is a lack of consciousness among general people about the wildlife. Continuing such these detrimental activities, the animals still existing in the Sundarbans will be lost in near future. If these species go extinct, other animals depending on them will be harmed also. So the overall ecosystem of the Sundarbans will be imbalanced, so as the humans of this area. So the animals should be protected from being extinct by ensuring sufficient food supply and natural habitats. Then our World Heritage, the Sundarbans will sustain.
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Bangladesh wildlife|most beautiful animals life in south Asia

Bangladesh wildlife|most beautiful animals life in south Asia

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  • Updated: 01 Jun 2016
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animals news
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Nature and Life - Episode 207 (Illegal Wildlife Trading)

Nature and Life - Episode 207 (Illegal Wildlife Trading)

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2016
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A wide variety of wildlife is found all over the world. Besides keeping environmental balance they are the sources of natural beauty also. So wildlife is important in terms of both aesthetic beauty and luxury. Besides, superstitions regarding medicine made from wildlife and communal faiths have been prevailing throughout the world since ancient time. So, a large business on wildlife has been established, majority of which is illegal. The trade is increasing day by day and the helpless wildlife is being threatened and so is the overall ecosystem. The beauty of wildlife attracts all. As a result, a luxurious demand has been created for the wildlife and variety of products made from their body parts. The business is spreading along with the public demand. This includes various birds, turtles, snakes, meat and skins of deer, skins of tigers and monitors, tusks of elephants and luxury items made from their body parts. The live wildlife and items made from their body parts are being exported from one country to another country. Some dishonest traders are taking the chance and continuing their illegal wildlife trading. This business is running depending on capturing wildlife from the nature. Varieties of markets for wildlife trading have been established in different areas along with Dhaka. Various species of wildlife are seen in those markets. Majority of these wildlife are birds. Hill Myna, Parrots, Swamphen, Munias, Doves etc. are sold in those markets freely. These birds caught illegally from different areas of the country are coming very frequently. The demand for the Hill Myna as a talking bird is very high, so they are critically endangered. Along with this, parrots are also being sold for their beauty. The trade of migratory birds increases in the winter. These variegated waterbirds are being hunted by human. Beside the birds other wildlife are also being sold in different markets. Due to our ignorance, some people are doing their business of drugs made from the wildlife. Still now business of fortune telling by parrots is seen beside the roads. The livelihoods of the Gypsy communities mostly depend on showing snake play. They are involved in this profession for many years. They are capturing snakes from nature illegally for such profession. So the number of snakes is reducing in the nature. Turtles are traded illegally in our country for having demand for eggs and meat. Turtles are being sold openly in different places including Dhaka. Among these most of the turtles are from fresh water. These are being sold illegally after collecting from nature. As a result, most of the turtle species are now endangered in our country. Some species are even at the verge of extinction now. Beside the turtles numerous deer are being hunted from the forests. Most of them are Spotted Deer. Tokay Gecko is also becoming endangered due to superstition. Our national animal, the Bengal Tiger is also being hunted. Almost all these wildlife are being collected from nature for illegal trade. The number of wildlife is decreasing in nature day by day due to hunting like this. So other depending animals are being harmed and the overall ecosystem is becoming unbalanced. The illegal wildlife trading has become massive throughout the world including Bangladesh. Bangladesh is being used as a route of wildlife trafficking due to its geographic position. From the neighboring countries wildlife is being smuggled to other countries via Bangladesh. Along with this, our wildlife are also being smuggled. For the efforts of our security forces some of the wildlife are being saved during trafficking. Smugglers are being punished under the Bangladesh Wildlife Preservation Act. But still it is becoming impossible to reduce the illegal wildlife trading. Illegal wildlife trading has become a global problem now. Overcoming the problem will entail building public awareness as well as application of law. It is more enjoyable to see the wildlife in the nature than in the cages. Wildlife are the inseparable part of the nature and if they are conserved the balance of the nature will be ensured. Our future will be safe and better.
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adventure mind, exploring Bangladesh nature and wildlife

adventure mind, exploring Bangladesh nature and wildlife

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Beautiful Bangladesh Bangladesh is a small country situated in south-east Asia. Its area is small but geographically and naturally it is one of the most beautiful countries of the world. Bangladesh is a riverine country. Hundreds of rivers are scattered all around the country. And Bangladesh...
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Nature and Life - Episode 119 (Forests of Bangladesh)

Nature and Life - Episode 119 (Forests of Bangladesh)

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Bangladesh is beautiful with its natural greens. It is known as 'country of green' due to its vast crop lands and diversified forests. Our forests are a vital part of our natural resources. Here, millions of people live depending on forest resources. Additionally, forests play the most vital role in maintaining natural balance. Mainly four types of forest found in this country. But evergreen forest is the most remarkable among them. This forest is rich with beauty as well as resources. Evergreen forest encompasses three layered plants -- small, medium and large. Some climbers and shrubs are also found in this forest along with high-rise trees. Apart from those; Bamboo, Rattan, various species of grass and Orchids can also be seen in this forest. Predominantly the hilly forest of Hill Tract is known as evergreen forest. Besides, this forest is also spread into Sylhet, Chittagong and Cox's bazar. Characteristically the Green look never fades away from the face of Evergreen forest. Natural fountains, Caves and numerous small and large streams can be found in this forest. As a result, in addition to diversified plants, the invaluable resources of this forest also include innumerable species of wildlife. Everything including Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals together has formed a unique ecosystem in here. Typically Semi-evergreen forest is almost similar to evergreen forest. Deciduous plants are found, in this forest, along with evergreen plants. The forest that is located in middle and North-West of this country is named Sal forest (deciduous forest). Once, Sal forest used to be highly distinguished among the largest undivided forest lands of Bangladesh. It was also rich with wildlife. This forest is also known as moist deciduous forest as it sheds leaves during winter and then gets back its previous look with new leaves in monsoon. Formerly, Sal forest used to be spread all the way from Tangail, Mymensingh and North Bengal to Darjeeling of India. This forest is now spread in a fragmented form throughout Modhupur's tract, Dhaka, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Rajshahi, Naogaon, Thakurgaon and greater Mymensingh districts. Sundarbans is the biggest mangrove forest of Bangladesh. This is the largest mangrove forest of the world if combined both Bangladeshi part and Indian part together. This is the largest natural forest of Bangladesh and almost all of its 6000 square kilometer Bangladeshi part is preserved. Sundarbans is located at the gateway of Bay-of-Bengal in the South and South-West region of greater Khulna district. This amazing forest, for its unmatched beauty and titanic resources, has been declared as "World Heritage Site" and "Ramsar Site". Sundarbans provides millions of coastal people with livelihood and at the same time it acts as the prime shield against natural disasters. This forest is unique because of its day-night tidal sequences, plants that survive in salt water, Stilt roots and pneumatophores. Sundarbans has been named after the key plant, of this forest, Sundori. Other mentionable plants are: Gewa (Excoecaria agallocha), Keora (Sonneratia apetala), Goran (Ceriops decandra), Dhundul (Xylocarpus granatum), Baen (Avicennia officinalis), Passur (Xylocarpus mekongensis), Gol Pata (Nypa Fruticans), Hental (Phoenix paludosa), Hargoza (Acanthus ilicifolius), Hogla (Typha elephantina), Kankra (Bruguiera gymnorrhiza) etc. Sundarbans is a vital habitat of one of the world's most stunning and endangered animals- Tigar. It is also home to various species of flagship wildlife. It is also known as natural fish breeding ground. About 120 species of financially vital fishes are found here, along with various other species of fishes. Natural resources of Sundarbans like -- Honey, Wax, Crabs, Shrimps, Nypa fruticans etc. are greatly contributing in our economy. Certain types of other forests are also found in our country, such as: Coastal forest, Sea-shore forest and Wetland forest of Haor regions. Besides, social afforestation in different regions, including coastal areas, has created a massive reaction within local people. These newly formed forests are protecting coastal people from natural disasters. Essentially every forest, with its unique features, acts as reservoir for wildlife and other resources. But environment and forests of Bangladesh are now in danger for various reasons. Number of our forests is declining due to gradual increase in population, climate change, environment pollution, monoculture by deforestation, tobacco farming, alien invasive plants etc. For any animal to live natural forests are irreplaceably important. Conservation of forest and environment entails apposite management of resources, public awareness and responsibility towards environment. Planner, Director and Anchor: Muqeed Majumdar Babu. Research & Script: Mushfiq Ahmed, Shamim Ahmed. Subtitle: A M M Khairul Anam (Mithu). Voiceover: Khairul Ahasun Shohag.
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