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    SAJNEKHALI WATCH TOWER

    Sajnekhali Watch Tower, one famous watch tower of Sunderbans, houses a Bonobibi temple, a museum and crocodile park within its premises.


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    SUDHANYAKHALI

    Sudhanyakhali Watch Tower is the tower from where most of the tigers can be spotted. In addition, tourists can also spot wildlife like axis deer and crocodiles from this tower.


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    NETIDHOPANI WATCH TOWER

    Netidhopani, a popular tourist destination, houses ruins of a 400 year old temple. Number of tourists travel to Sunderbans to visit this temple for worshipping.


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    SUNDERBANS NATIONAL PARK

    Sunderbans National Park, leading mangrove forest in the entire world, comprises majority of different mangrove types, which are identified in the world. In addition, there are several varieties of plant species. In addition, the Sunderbans National Park is also home to more than 400 tigers. Moreover, the park is also rich in flora and fauna. For bird lovers, some of the popular birds are also found in this region including Pale-Billed Flowerpecker, Black-Capped Kingfisher, Asian Open Bill Stork and Common Woodshrike. The park houses several species of reptiles as well. Some of the endangered species that live protected within the Sunderbans include Batagur baska, Olive Ridley Turtle, Royal Bengal Tiger and King Crabs.