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Bangladesh tiger poaching sparks Sundarbans ban plan

The body of a Royal Bengal tiger which was killed by local people lies in the grass in Khalishabunia village, Satkhira, Bangladesh on July 2, 2009Bangladesh wildlife officials are mulling a ban on access to the Sundarbans after an alarming rise in poaching of tigers that live in the world’s largest mangrove forest, rangers said Wednesday. Five skins of endangered Royal Bengal tigers have been seized so far in 2015, compared to an average of one or two discovered in previous years, Sundarbans top ranger Jahir Uddin Ahmed said. Police shot dead six alleged poachers in a gunfight in the Sundarbans on Sunday and seized three skins along with tiger bones and other body parts.

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