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MANGROVES

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Science
Subject:
Botany
Grade:
4,5,6,7,8,9,10

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Mangrove systems support a range of wildlife species including crocodiles, birds, tigers, deer, monkeys and honey bees. Many animals find shelter either in the roots or branches of mangroves. Mangroves serve as rookeries, or nesting areas, for coastal birds such as brown pelicans and roseate spoonbills.

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life in mangroves

A tree or shrub which grows in tidal, chiefly tropical, coastal swamps, having numerous tangled roots that grow above ground and form dense thickets.

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MANGROVES

Mangrove snapper

Mud crab

Aerial roots are roots that are above ground. Different plants have grown them. They can serve different purposes: For support: Sometimes such roots are grown for support. Ivy plants have them to cling to structures, such as stone walls, or other trees.

Aerail roots

Aerial roots


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