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Patrimonito in India: Biodiversity of the Sundarbans National Park. ©UNESCO WHC 2015
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Patrimonito in India: Biodiversity of the Sundarbans National Park

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Summary/Historical Context

Sundarbans National Park contains the world’s largest area of mangrove forests where a number of rare or endangered species live, including tigers, aquatic mammals, birds and reptiles. Patrimonito and young people take action to foster cohabitation between wildlife and human beings. This contributes to preserve the biodiversity of the Sundarbans and to the survival of local communities.

Place/Country: Sundarbans, India
Type: Animated film
Credits: Patrick Volve, author. Patrimonito, cartoon character.
UNESCO WHC, producer. Japan Funds-in-Trust, co-producer.
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