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Scuba Diving Tigers of the Sundarbans
This was a college assignment, aimed at highlighting the danger faced by the mangrove forests of the Sundarbans, which serve as habitat to nearly 250-400 Bengal tigers presently. Due to rising sea levels that are brought about by climate change, these forests join the Arctic sea ice of the polar bear as one of the most immediately threatened habitats. If preventative action is not taken immediately, it is possible that the tigers' habitat will disappear by the end of the century. 
 
I have depicted a family of tigers swimming away from their habitat, which lays submerged in the water behind them. The tigers are outfitted in scuba diving gear, prepared for a long journey ahead in search of a new habitat.  
Scuba Diving Tigers of the Sundarbans
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Scuba Diving Tigers of the Sundarbans

This was a college assignment, aimed at highlighting the very immediate threat due to climate change faced by the mangrove forests of the Sundarb Read More

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