Sundarbans, the world’s largest contiguous mangrove forest at the head of the Bay of Bengal, is home to many endangered wildlife species, including being home for around 100 Bengal tigers and to over 9 million people. Local communities are dependent on Bangladesh's mangrove forests for their livelihoods.
"Forests and Livelihoods in Asia: Sustaining People and Planet,"
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