What Is the Temperature of a Swamp?

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The temperature of a swamp is dependent on the type of swamp it is and the region or part of the world it is but the average temperature is 32 degrees Celsius. There are higher temperatures recorded in Mangrove swamps whereby the climate is generally humid with temperatures as high as 45 degrees Celsius.
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