Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Aila Cyclone hits Sunderbans

Its feared that hundreds of herbivores and few tigers were swept away by the Aila cyclone and it has also increased the human death toll to 64. Many animals of the sunderbans region were found dead. The officials have recovered nearly 20 crocodiles and 2 spotted deer. As the tigers are slowly becoming extinct, the Aila Cyclone has added to the woe. As per the last census, there were 265 tigers in Sunderbans and the Aila is believed to have swollen more than a dozen of the highly endangered bengal tigers. Even many tigers were washed away to the nearby living areas which posed some serious threats to the people living in neighbouring areas.

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