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The government of India proclaimed Sundarban National Park as a tiger reserve under Project Tiger in 1973 and given the status of a national park in 1978. It is also one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The colossal marshy delta of two extraordinary Indian rivers as Ganges and Brahmaputra extends over the region. It incorporates the mangrove forest, marshland, and jungle island all blended in an arrangement of little streams and rivers. Sundarban is also the largest mangrove forest. The name Sundarban has come from Sundari plants, which were in an enormous amount once around here. The significant attractions of the recreation area are its geology. The significant creature of the national park is Royal Bengal Tiger and it is one of the most well-known places for tiger safari in India. The couple of other untamed life of Sundarban are Fishing Camp, Common Gray Mongoose, Jungle Cat, Wild hog, flying fox, fox, chital, macaques, and Pangolin.