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The Tiger Widows Of Sunderbans | Express Originals

Spread over 9,630 sq km, Sunderbans is home to Royal Bengal tigers, Saltwater crocodile, Gangetic Dolphins and forest dwellers who keep falling prey to the wildlife, climate change and human trafficking. 20 people were injured and 24 killed by tigers in the last 18 years in the Sundarban region of South 24 Parganas. A number of such deaths are not reported because people killed often enter the forests illegally without permission. Subscribe to Indian Express: The Indian Express Online covers all latest and trending news across India, which includes political news, mobile launches, gadgets reviews, technology updates, Entertainment News, Bollywood news, public opinions and views on daily trends. Connect with us: Facebook: Twitter: Indian Express App: Official Website:
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