. Tick the correct answer
Mangrove forests can thrive in .
A: saline water
B: fresh water
C: polluted water
D: none of these
- Since Mangrove woodland has high saltwater resistance and is a seaside territory, they can flourish in saline water.
There are around 80 unique types of mangrove trees. These trees develop in regions with low-oxygen soil, where sluggish waters permit fine silt to aggregate.
Mangrove backwoods just develop at tropical and subtropical scopes close to the equator since they can't endure freezing.
Final Answer :
Hence the correct option is A i.e. saline water.