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Fishermen in boats on river during monsoon rain, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, September 2011. No release available. - Mark MacEwen
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Mark MacEwen / Fishermen in boats on river during monsoon rain, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, September 2011. No release available.
Portrait of a woman from the small village of Gagramari. Sundarbans National Park, Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. No release available. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Portrait of a woman from the small village of Gagramari. Sundarbans National Park, Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. No release available.
Men on a wooden boat who use smooth-coated otters (Lutra perspicillata) for traditional fishing practices,  the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO Wo... - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Men on a wooden boat who use smooth-coated otters (Lutra perspicillata) for traditional fishing practices, the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO Wo...
Elderly woman in the Sundarbans National Park,  Bangladesh, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. No release available. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Elderly woman in the Sundarbans National Park, Bangladesh, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. No release available.
A child cools off with water in the hottest time of year in Bangladesh, during the monsoon season. The Sundarbans National Park,  UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. No release available. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / A child cools off with water in the hottest time of year in Bangladesh, during the monsoon season. The Sundarbans National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. No release available.
Building a sea wall to combat climate change and protect fishing village from flooding, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, June 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Building a sea wall to combat climate change and protect fishing village from flooding, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, June 2008
Large numbers of children fishing for shrimp fry on coastal margin land damaged by typhoon Sidr in November 2007, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, October 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Large numbers of children fishing for shrimp fry on coastal margin land damaged by typhoon Sidr in November 2007, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, October 2008
A sea wall being built to protect fishing village from floods, in response to rising sea levels due to climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, June 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / A sea wall being built to protect fishing village from floods, in response to rising sea levels due to climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, June 2008
A sea wall being built to protect fishing village from floods, in response to rising sea levels due to climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, June 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / A sea wall being built to protect fishing village from floods, in response to rising sea levels due to climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, June 2008
Shrimp fry fishing in the Sibsa River. Each fisherman, working from his own boat, has set a net to capture shrimp fry passing on the current as the tide rises and brings water in from the sea. Nolian... - Tim Laman
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Tim Laman / Shrimp fry fishing in the Sibsa River. Each fisherman, working from his own boat, has set a net to capture shrimp fry passing on the current as the tide rises and brings water in from the sea. Nolian...
Wildlife sign for tiger mangrove reserve in the Sundarbans, Ganges, Delta, India. This area is very low lying and vulnerable to sea level rise. December 2013 - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Wildlife sign for tiger mangrove reserve in the Sundarbans, Ganges, Delta, India. This area is very low lying and vulnerable to sea level rise. December 2013
Small-clawed otter (Aonyx cinerea) two on riverbank, Sundarbans East Wildlife Sanctuary, Bangladesh - Dr. Gertrud Neumann-Denzau
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Dr. Gertrud Neumann-Denzau / Small-clawed otter (Aonyx cinerea) two on riverbank, Sundarbans East Wildlife Sanctuary, Bangladesh
Small-clawed otters (Aonyx cinerea) three on riverbank, Sundarbans East Wildlife Sanctuary, Bangladesh - Dr. Gertrud Neumann-Denzau
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Dr. Gertrud Neumann-Denzau / Small-clawed otters (Aonyx cinerea) three on riverbank, Sundarbans East Wildlife Sanctuary, Bangladesh
Old Hindu Temple 'Shekertak' overgrown by vegetation in Sundarbans Mangrove Forest, Bangladesh. September 2006. - Dr. Gertrud Neumann-Denzau
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Dr. Gertrud Neumann-Denzau / Old Hindu Temple 'Shekertak' overgrown by vegetation in Sundarbans Mangrove Forest, Bangladesh. September 2006.
Fisherman with umbrella during monsoon rain, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, September 2011 - Mark MacEwen
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Mark MacEwen / Fisherman with umbrella during monsoon rain, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, September 2011
Women and children of the small village of Gagramari. The Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Women and children of the small village of Gagramari. The Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Japanese tourists taking photographs in Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Japanese tourists taking photographs in Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Smooth coated otters (Lutragale perspicillata) on leashes, used by locals for traditional fishing practices, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World... - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Smooth coated otters (Lutragale perspicillata) on leashes, used by locals for traditional fishing practices, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World...
Smooth coated otters (Lutragale perspicillata) used in traditional fishing practices. The Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladest, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jun... - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Smooth coated otters (Lutragale perspicillata) used in traditional fishing practices. The Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladest, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jun...
Men on a traditional wooden boat, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world, Bangladesh, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Men on a traditional wooden boat, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world, Bangladesh, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Caged Smooth coated otters (Lutragale perspicillata) used for traditional fishing practices. The Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Si... - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Caged Smooth coated otters (Lutragale perspicillata) used for traditional fishing practices. The Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Si...
Armed guard in the Sundarbans national park. Tourist groups are accompanied by an armed guard as this area has the largest population of tigers in Asia, and also the highest number of tiger attacks on... - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Armed guard in the Sundarbans national park. Tourist groups are accompanied by an armed guard as this area has the largest population of tigers in Asia, and also the highest number of tiger attacks on...
People crossing a raised walkway through a  mangrove swamp. The Sundarbans National Park. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / People crossing a raised walkway through a mangrove swamp. The Sundarbans National Park. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Tourist guides in mangroves  to observe wildlife of the area, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Tourist guides in mangroves to observe wildlife of the area, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Boy outside house,  Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Boy outside house, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
People in  boat on a river in the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / People in boat on a river in the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Small dams to stop flooding of rivers with reflections of people from the other side of the river, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage... - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Small dams to stop flooding of rivers with reflections of people from the other side of the river, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage...
Wildlife viewing platform, with chital deer (Axis axis) in the distance, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Wildlife viewing platform, with chital deer (Axis axis) in the distance, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Mudskipper (Periophthalmus) the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Mudskipper (Periophthalmus) the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
A large number of traditional open boats on a river, the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / A large number of traditional open boats on a river, the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Man waving from a boat, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Man waving from a boat, Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Boats at the river edge, the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Boats at the river edge, the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh. UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Boat in the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Boat in the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Boats in the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Boats in the Sundarbans National Park, the largest mangrove swamp in the world. Bangladesh, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
A woman sifting rice, the Sundarbans National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012. - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / A woman sifting rice, the Sundarbans National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site. June 2012.
Portrait of a woman from the small village of Gagramari in the Sundarbans National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site site, Bangladesh, June 2012 - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Portrait of a woman from the small village of Gagramari in the Sundarbans National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site site, Bangladesh, June 2012
Village community at risk from rising sea levels due to climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Village community at risk from rising sea levels due to climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008
Village community at risk from rising sea levels due to climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Village community at risk from rising sea levels due to climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008
Shrimp nets, shrimp farming community threatened by rising Passur river, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Shrimp nets, shrimp farming community threatened by rising Passur river, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008
Shrimp nets, shrimp farming community threatened by rising Passur river, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Shrimp nets, shrimp farming community threatened by rising Passur river, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008
Man fishing with net from boat on shrimp farm, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Man fishing with net from boat on shrimp farm, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008
White / Grey mangrove trees (Avcennia sp) Sundarbans NP, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / White / Grey mangrove trees (Avcennia sp) Sundarbans NP, Bangladesh, November 2008
Boats from a fishing village adjacent to Sundarbans NP (seen in the background) fishing threatens the National Park, Ganges delta, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Boats from a fishing village adjacent to Sundarbans NP (seen in the background) fishing threatens the National Park, Ganges delta, Bangladesh, November 2008
Fishing village adjacent to Sundarbans NP (background) fishing is threatening the National Park, Ganges delta, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Fishing village adjacent to Sundarbans NP (background) fishing is threatening the National Park, Ganges delta, Bangladesh, November 2008
Trees damage by typhoon Sidr in November 2007, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Trees damage by typhoon Sidr in November 2007, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008
Shrimp fishing community threatened by rising sea levels caused by climate change,  Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Shrimp fishing community threatened by rising sea levels caused by climate change, Sundarbans, Bangladesh, November 2008
Fisherman in boat, Sundarbans NP, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Fisherman in boat, Sundarbans NP, Bangladesh, November 2008
Mangrove forest destroyed by typhoon Sidr in November 2007, Sundarbans NP, Bangladesh, November 2008 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Mangrove forest destroyed by typhoon Sidr in November 2007, Sundarbans NP, Bangladesh, November 2008
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