165 Star Oasis and The Sundarban


These images are portions of this beast of a satellite photograph of the Sundarban region. From the website:

Stretching across part of southwestern Bangladesh and southeastern India, the Sundarbans is the largest remaining tract of mangrove forest in the world. The Sundarbans is a tapestry of waterways, mudflats, and forested islands at the edge of the Bay of Bengal. Home to the endangered Bengal tiger, sharks, crocodiles, and freshwater dolphins, as well as nearly two hundred bird species, this low-lying plain is part of the Mouths of the Ganges.

More on the Sundarban courtesy of NASA (via pruned)

And if you thought those photos were trippy, look at the pre...tty...frac...tals in this video.

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