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5 Themes of Geography:Bangladesh

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Andrew Aubut

on 23 April 2013

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BANGLADESH The Five Themes of Geography Location/Place Absolute Location:23.8511° N, 89.9250° E
Relative Location: under Bhutan and the right side of India. Bangladesh has the largest mangrove forest in the world. By: Andrew, Matthew, Sameer Environment Climate: Warm and humid Flora and Fauna: Bangladesh is known for having the biggest mangrove forest in the world. it's national fruit is the jack fruit and the national tree is the mango tree. it has lots of palm tree's and bamboo as well. Bangladesh has common livestock such as cows, sheep and goat but also has things like gecko's, tigers, crocodiles and snakes. REGION The region that Bangladesh is in is Southern Asia. This area also includes India, Pakistan, and Bhutan. Movement People in Bangladesh move by... Car Train Small Boats Rickshaw Interaction Bad News: Bangladesh's poor interactions with
the environment has led it to problems with the environment. This Includes:

- Disease (Cholera)
- Pollution
- River Blocking Good News: Bangladesh is becoming aware of their mistakes. - Stopped using plastic bags
- Started very serious tree planting campaigns sources:
google maps,
wikipedia, and sameer sources: Wikipedia, google maps , Britannica.com,and sameer the ways idea's are moved are simmilar to the rest of the world. telephone, face to face, internet( not as much), etc.
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