Why Mangrove Trees Are so Important?


The economic importance of mangrove trees is that they protect coastal lines against erosion and provide an aesthetical view in the landscape thereby attracting tourists. The trees also provide conducive environments for fishing as they encourage low currents and warm temperatures. They are mainly found in America, Asia and Africa.
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Mangroves are important because they can be home to many different animals, they can prevent flood, their roots can be home to many animals and they make food for crabs and little
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