The Irrawaddy dolphin is a species of oceanic dolphin found near sea coasts and in estuaries and rivers in parts of the Bay of Bengal and Southeast Asia. Genetically, the Irrawaddy dolphin is closely related to the killer whale.
- Sea change: the Bay of Bengal's vanishing islands - Climate refugees from Kutubdia Island. "Rapid erosion and rising sea levels are increasingly threatening the existence of islands off the coast of Bangladesh and India"
* American Dress Multicolor plaid cotton This two-piece dress features the plaid fabric known as "madras" which originated in the Indian town of Madras, on the Bay of Bengal. Like other Indian printed cottons, it was widely imitated in the West.