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120 million inhabitants in Bangladesh, live on floodplains, whether they are river or coastal plains, are seasonally flooded.
For most people, the annual flood is essential for their survival and way of life. It brings water in, being able to grow the crops.
The fact that it was the monsoon season and there were heavy rainfalls added to the amount of water
Bangladesh is trapped between two sets of floods: one caused by tidal surges and rising sea-level and the other by rivers.
Flooding is most likely to occur in late-summer following the heavy, seasonal monsoon rains and snowmelt in the Himalayas.
Deforestation in the Himalayas may be a contributory factor.
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