Sundarbans is a place where the land meets the sea. It is a cluster of many large groups of Islands famous for inhabiting Bengal Tigers. The national park is rich in flora and fauna that has become a protective shield for world’s most vulnerable mammals, reptiles, marine life, and birds. The park has become a global status of being the largest estuarine forest. From the aerial view, the park seems like a green patch crisscrossed by several tributaries of the Ganges emerging into the Bay of Bengal. Lately, many dolphin species have taken refuge in this region which has motivated people to work on dolphin conservation along with tiger conservation.