Ratargul Swamp Forest

Ratargul Swamp Forest is a freshwater swamp woodland situated in Gowain River, Fatehpur Union, Gowainghat, Sylhet, Bangladesh. It is the main bog woods situated in Bangladesh and one of only a handful not many freshwater swamp timberlands on the planet. The timberland is normally saved under the Department of Forestry, Government of Bangladesh. Its zone is 3, 325.61 section of land including 504 section of land proclaimed as the creature asylum in 2015. It is known as the Sundarbans of Sylhet. This solitary bog timberland in Bangladesh is found 26 kilometers (16 mi) a long way from Sylhet. The woods' name originates from, "Rata" or "Pati" tree, utilized by local people of Sylhet. The evergreen forest[1] is arranged by the waterway Goain and connected with the channel Chengir Khal. The vast majority of the trees becoming here are the Dalbergia reniformis (করচ গাছ Koroch tree). The timberland is lowered under 20–30 feet water in the stormy season. For the rema