Sunderbans Forest Reserve is the largest contiguous mangrove forest on Earth

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Sunderbans Forest Reserve is the largest contiguous mangrove forest on Earth but is increasingly under threat. Bangladesh is densely populated with about 1,000 people per square km. Growing numbers of people are encroaching the forest to make a living, and land-grabbing and habitat loss are also contributing factors.

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