Sunderban Tiger Reserve is situated at the southern end of West Bengal. It is one of the initial nine Tiger Reserves, which was situated in the year 1973.
The best season to visit Sunderbans is between the months of October and February.
15 mammalian species, 8 sp. of birds, 17 species of reptiles are recorded here. 96 tigers were captured via camera trapsin the Sundarban Tiger Reserve.
The royal Bengal tigers here have developed a characteristic of swimming in the saline waters, and are well known for their man-eating tendencies.
Other than that Bengal tiger, fishing cats, leopard cats, macaques, wild boar, Indian grey mongoose, fox, jungle cat, flying fox, chital, are also found in Sundarbans.