North Indian Tropical Forests & Sundarbans bioregion
- 66,270Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 7Number of Ecoregions
- 9%Protection Target
- 3Protection Level
The North Indian Tropical Forests & Sundarbans bioregion is the eastern section of the Indian Subcontinent subrealm in Indomalaya, containing seven terrestrial ecoregions – Upper Gangetic Plains Moist Deciduous Forests , Lower Gangetic Plains Moist Deciduous Forests , Meghalaya Subtropical Forests , Brahmaputra Valley Semi-Evergreen Forests , Sundarbans Freshwater Swamp Forests , Sundarbans Mangroves , Myanmar Coast Mangroves  – along with the Myanmar Coast Mangroves (321) and Sundarbans Mangroves (323) totaling approximately 66 million hectares of land area.
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