Man Eating Tigers of The Sundarbans (BBC Documentary)
Sunderbans, the world’s largest delta and mangrove swamp, is formed by the merging of three rivers- the Ganga, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna- and has a 2,585 sq km wildlife sanctuary that extends into Bangladesh. The Wildlife Sanctuary, which is the world’s largest estuarine sanctuary, has some of India’s most interesting wildlife, and is worth a visit.
Spreading over a series of densely forested islands and saline water channels, Sunderbans Tiger Reserve is home to almost 270 Royal Bengal tigers as well as spotted deer, wild pigs, monkeys, herons, kingfishers and white bellied eagles. You can also spot aquatic wildlife such as Olive Ridley turtles, estuarine crocodiles, river terrapins, Gangetic dolphins, black finless porpoises, catfish, mudskippers, crabs, shrimps and lobsters in the Sunderbans