Mangrove forests grow in lands near the coastlines in the subtropical and tropical regions of the world.
●Mangrove forests are the most important vegetation found in the areas of tide influenced coats these forests have accumulated mud and silt.
● The roots of mangroves are developed to be exposed to air as the marshy swamps restrict the intake of oxygen.
●Mangrove forests have varieties of the plants submerged under water these forests help both in pollination and in seed dispersal and they are thick and dense.
●Mangroves are think and evergreenmany species of plants, animals, birds, worms and insects propagate in the Mangrove forest.
●A mangrove forest is at the intersection of land and sea, and they support a wealth of life from flora to fauna to people, and they are important for the wellbeing of the planets eco-system.