Mangroves are species of trees and shrubs that grow in saline (brackish) coastal habitats in the tropics and subtropics.
|Al-Ahsa Oasis||At Al-Asfar Lake (AB ev)|
|Alejandro de Humboldt National Park|
|Banc d'Arguin||The mangrove swamp in the park is a relict of a previous humid geological period when Banc d'Arguin was a vast estuary mouth for rivers flowing from the Sahara. (unesco website)|
|Belize Barrier Reef|
|Darien National Park||occasional mangroves (UNEP-WCMC)|
|Desembarco del Granma National Park|
|Fraser Island||"mangrove forests" (wiki)|
|Great Barrier Reef||3800km2|
|Ha Long Bay|
|Komodo National Park||patches of tropical rainforest and mangrove (UNEP-WCMC)|
|Lagoons of New Caledonia||"The property is a marine site of exceptional diversity with a continuum of habitats from mangroves to seagrasses" (AB ev)|
|Lorentz National Park|
|Ningaloo Coast||Intertidal systems such as ... mangroves are also found within the property. (AB ev)|
|Rainforests of the Atsinanana||7 species of mangrove (UNEP-WCMC)|
|Rock Islands||The islands form complex geographical features and create diverse habitats including .... mangroves (AB ev)|
|Socotra Archipelago||One of "eight main types of vegetation" (AB ev)|
|Sundarbans National Park|
|Tsingy de Bemaraha|
|Ujung Kulon National Park||"mangrove forest which occurs in a broad belt along the northern side of the isthmus." (AB ev)|
|Wet Tropics of Queensland|
|iSimangaliso Wetland Park|
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