Oil Spill Threatens Bangladesh Mangrove Forest, Rare Animals

"Oil from a wrecked tanker is creating a disaster in the waters of Bangladesh's Sundarbans, the largest contiguous tidal mangrove forest in the world and a haven for a spectacular array of species, including the rare Irrawaddy and Gangetic dolphins and the highly endangered Bengal tiger."

Source: National Geographic, 12/17/2014


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