Protected ecological carbon capture mangrove in Everglade City, Florida - stock photo

Horizontal image of a symmetrical photo of a mangrove taken from an air boat on a water canal in Everglade City, Florida. Mangroves are distinct because they are a saline woodland or shrub land along coastal environments that tolerates high levels of saline. Mangrove forests transport carbon dioxide from the air and store the carbon dioxide in greater quantities than any other types of forests. They are one the best scrubbers of carbon dioxide so environmentalists know they must be protected.They are part of the Everglades National Park system. Plant family is Rhizophoraceae, Genus is Rhizophora. Rhizo means "root" in Greek.
Horizontal image of a symmetrical photo of a mangrove taken from an air boat on a water canal in Everglade City, Florida. Mangroves are distinct because they are a saline woodland or shrub land along coastal environments that tolerates high levels of saline. Mangrove forests transport carbon dioxide from the air and store the carbon dioxide in greater quantities than any other types of forests. They are one the best scrubbers of carbon dioxide so environmentalists know they must be protected.They are part of the Everglades National Park system. Plant family is Rhizophoraceae, Genus is Rhizophora. Rhizo means "root" in Greek.
Protected ecological carbon capture mangrove in Everglade City, Florida
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