What is a mangrove in Geography? and where can it be found?
Mangrove trees are uniform
height, about 15 m tall
Grow very close together,
little sunlight to reach the forest floor
Distinct horizontal zones
as moving to inland from the coast.
Nearer the coast, mangrove
tree grow well in saltwater, while further inland less tolerant of salt.
Locate at the coastal
areas where the ground is muddy and water logged.
Found in the sheltered,
low lying tropical coasts such as in West Africa, South east Asia and
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