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Let the 450 Bengal Tiger Survive
LINK Magazine- Friends of the Earth International (2000)
  • Mohammed Ashraf
The wild Bengal tigers of Bangladesh are facing extinction crisis due to various man made negative actions. In the midst of all these, transnational corporations from British tycoons plan on exploring oil and gas in the last remaining habitat for tigers in the Bangladesh. This article provide basic overview of the tiger and other vertebrate species that are facing human induced development threats in Sundarbans mangrove wetland in Bangladesh. The article was published in LINK magazine of Friends of the Earth head quarter in Netherlands.
  • Bengal Tiger,
  • Sundarbans,
  • Wetlands,
  • Mangroves,
  • Delta,
  • Ecosystem,
  • Biodiversity,
  • Ecology
Publication Date
Summer August, 2000
Citation Information
Mohammed Ashraf. "Let the 450 Bengal Tiger Survive" LINK Magazine- Friends of the Earth International (2000)
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