Storyboard

Bay Of Bengal Is Where 31% Of The World's Coastal Fisherman Work

The Bay of Bengal is located in Asia, and it borders four countries: Bangladesh is to its northern, Myanmar to its east, and India and Sri Lanka to its west. The Bay covers 2,172,000 square kilometers, which makes it the largest bay in the world. The hydrographic organization states that the Bay of Bengal is to the rearmost end of Cape Negrais in Burma. The Bay runs through the more significant islands of the Andaman group.

Avatar - Worldatlas.com
Curated by
Worldatlas.com
    • Geography
    • India
    • Science
    • Earth Science
    • Oceans
Bay Of Bengal Is Where 31% Of The World's Coastal Fisherman Work

Photo: ic-cdn.flipboard.com

Continue to read
6 stories in this Storyboard

More stories from Geography

More stories from India