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Trees living in this habitat are called mangrove trees.
The studied jellies live in mangrove swamps and the studied eyes are always aimed at the tree canopy.
Even if its fighters scuttle to the mangrove swamps, they are likely to be picked off as they emerge.
Flooding rice patties with salt water and destruction of mangrove swamps are the obvious ones.
Perhaps even more worrying, the pythons may be preying on native mangrove fox squirrels and wood storks.
Their habitat of choice is the fresh or brackish water of river estuaries, coastal lagoons, and mangrove swamps.
Today other invasive plants, among them bamboo and mangrove, also threaten the island.
Those with smaller canoes and kayaks can explore the mangrove-lined coastline.
Mangrove trees have become specialized to survive in the extreme conditions of estuaries.
Mangrove forests are universally composed of relatively few tree species and a single overstory strata.
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