The microbial diversity of Sundarban has been portrayed through soil-borne fungi and micro-algae.
Varied forms of Mushrooms and Lichen diversity are among the simpler visible floral resources.
Major and Minor Mangrove flora of Sundarban, their peculiar adaptations and medicinal importance.
The molluscan diversity in different habitats like marine, estuarine, freshwater and terrestrial.
The numerous species of crabs found in the muddy swamps of Sundarban are awe-inspiring.
The diversity in the insect world through the colourful Butterflies, Moths Dragonflies, Damselflies, Grasshoppers, Locusts, Spiders.
Fish diversity in freshwater, estuarine, coastal, marine and brackish water habitats.
One gets information regarding major Amphibian groups as well as rare and endangered Reptiles of Sundarban including snakes and turtles.
The Avian diversity has been portrayed by classifying them under Resident birds, Winter Migratory common and uncommon birds. At the same time, one comes to know about the rare and endangered species.
The major Mammalian population including Bats and whales have been highlighted and special emphasis has been given on the Royal Bengal Tiger, the majestic beast of Sundarban. One also gets to know about the rare, endangered mammals and those living in reclaimed areas of Sundarban. A few of the mammals that have become extinct are also highlighted.