Red Crabs are Playing in groups on the beach in Kuakata, Bangladesh
Adnan Mahfuz Tazvir
Almost all the tourist centers around the world are closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. All the tourist centers in Bangladesh are also closed. As a result, many tourist centers have invariably returned to the natural state.
At the same time, Seaweed (Sargalta) is spreading its branches on the beach, which is seen after one decade. This time red crab can also be seen on the beach in Kuakata. The red crabs are running in groups.
Due to the lockdown, tourists are nowhere visits. People are living under house arrest. As a direct result, the tourist areas are in a state of human emptiness. So, there is no garbage anywhere on the beach.
The 18 km long Kuakata beach is in the southernmost part of Kalapara Upazila of Patuakhali, bordering the Bay of Bengal. And red crabs can be seen there.
Since its official announcement as a tourist center in 1998, Kuakata has attracted tourists from all over the world. Potential investors also rushed to build the hotels and motels in there. Kuakata is being developed as a Tourist city of beauty.