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The ground is alive with many organisms, including the pneumatophores, Root –like structures stick out of the soil and act as a breathing apparatus for the trees. Scattered on the ground are fiddler crabs, when seen from far look like tiny paper shreds or white speckles , any movement make them rush into their burrows

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The ground is alive with many organisms, including the pneumatophores, Root –like structures stick out of the soil and act as a breathing apparatus for the trees. Scattered on the ground are fiddler crabs, when seen from far look like tiny paper shreds or white speckles , any movement make them rush into their burrows

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