Which is the largest wetland in India?

The largest wetland in India is the Sunderbans. Sunderban Wetland is also a part of the largest mangrove forest in the world. It consists of hundreds of islands, a maze of rivers, creeks nestled in the delta of the Ganga river and Brahmaputra on the Bay of Bengal in India and Bangladesh.

The forests provide habitat to 453 fauna wildlife, including 290 birds, 120 fish, 42 mammals, 35 reptiles and eight amphibian species.

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