Sunday, January 29, 2012

The extinct Painted Stork of Bangladesh.


In Uppalpadu. AP. Photo from Wikipedia.

The Painted Stork, রাঙা মানিকজোড় বাংলাদেশের বিলুপ্ত পাখি (Mycteria Leucocephala), locally called Ranga Manikjodr, is an extinct species of Bangladesh, now lives in many other countries. But they have left the country long ago. The environment of the country is misfit for birds living. Everyday the population of each species is decreasing. But you can see a bird at Dulahajra Safari Park, Coxbazar, Bangladesh. Once upon a time, people preyed the Storks a lot and take the species as food. Nowadays this occurance happened sometimes. It is very regretful that a bird so nice in color, length and height has lost its habitat from the so-called beautiful country, our golden Bengal 'Sonar Bangla'.

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