The Legendary Swamp Tiger
In the Sundarbans, daily struggle for survival goes on between nature and each individual living here.
One of the many challanges is that Sundarbans experiences high and low tides twice a day, during high tides, you get to witness the water level rising to a level of around 6 to 10 ft, whereas during low tides, you witness huge mud land area lying flat. The animals have to constantly adjust to the tidal changes daily as during the high tides some areas get completely submerge under the water and they have to hunt for dry ground and in the process, they regularly need to cross small canals to the very wide water channel.
In the image is a Tiger crossing a water canal.