Captivating images of our mangroves with a unique perspective from expansive vistas down to the microscale of individual plants and other flora. Images may include unseen angles, patterns, closeups and views.
Mangroves cover 3.4% of Belize’s land and border much of the 386 kilometre coastline and cayes of the country.
With mangroves in the Pacific area, in the Mexican Caribbean and in the Gulf of Mexico – each of these regions have their own, very unique make up and beauty.
Six times larger than Greater London, the Sundarbans is one of the wildest places on Earth. It is the world’s largest contiguous mangrove forest, literally meaning "beautiful forest".
In Thailand, patches of abandoned shrimp ponds have been returning back into healthy, biodiverse mangrove forests without any planting.
Roseate Spoonbills, wood storks, egrets and ibis returned to the area in huge numbers and showed what the area would be like with freshwater again.
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