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Biodiversity loss at Chalan Beel


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Two poachers hold a pole with a heron perched on each. The birds, which are tied to the poles, are used to lure in other birds, such as the Indian Pond Heron, who are then illegally hunted by the man. The picture was taken from Chalan Beel in Rajshahi.

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