Sunday, October 28, 2012

Surviving devastation

Via Flickr:
A mother and child deer strolling near the beach in Sunderbans, Bangladesh. The devastation can be seen in the wreckage behind. New trees are coming up to feel the void. Annually, the forest has the capacity to fill up 25% off its loss. But hazards such as these can be fatal as up to 40% of the forests are damaged. These stats are given to me by local guides and rangers. I don't envy their task. But their need is great and we all need to do our part to keep this forest alive.

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