This satellite image shows the forest in the protected area. The Sundarbans appears deep green, surrounded to the north by a landscape of agricultural lands, which appear lighter green, towns, which appear tan, and streams, which are bl|A map of the protected areas of the Indian Sunderbans, showing the boundaries of the Tiger Reserve, the National Park and the three Wildlife Sanctuaries, conservation and lodging centers, subsistence towns, and access points. The entire forested (dark green) area constitutes the Biosphere Reserve, with the remaining forests outside the national park and wildlife sanctuaries being given the status of a Reserve Forest. Sundarbans National Park is located in between 30Â° 24' - 30Â° 28' N latitude and between 77Â° 40' - 77Â° 44' E longitude in the South 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal. The average altitude of the park is 7.5 m
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