The Sundarbans of Bangladesh at dawn

Shared with the Indian state of West Bengal, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the world's largest mangrove forest, as well as home to more than a hundred Royal Bengal tigers. Covering more than 6,000 square kilometers (2,323 sq. miles) of Bangladesh's southwestern coastal region, it's perhaps the country's top tourism lure - though like many ecologically sensitive areas, it's come under threat from global warming.

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