Sundarbans South Wildlife Sanctuary
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Sundarbans South Wildlife Sanctuary is a reserve forest in Bangladesh that extends over an area of 36,970 ha. mangrove forests.
There is evidently the greatest seasonal variation in salinity levels and possibly represents an area of relatively longer duration of moderate salinity.
Gewa is the dominant woody species. It is often mixed with Sundri, which is able to displace in circumstances such as artificially opened canopies where Sundri does not regenerate as effectively. It is also frequently associated with a dense understory of Goran and sometimes Passur.
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