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Game stations include a Carom game where threatened species must not be allowed to fall off the board (top left); a Hilsa Puzzle depicting the life cycle of the Bangladesh’s national fish and a species of strong economic importance for local communities (top right); a Magic Box explaining the impacts of poison fishing (bottom left); and a Fishing Game to practice identifying legal size of fish found in the Sundarbans (bottom right). Photo credit: NADIM PARVEZ/WCS Bangladesh....

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