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How to go to "NIJHUM DWIP, BANGLADESH"

Some say that “Nijhum island” aka “Nijhum Dwip” has the second biggest mangrove in Bangladesh after the Sundarban. It’s a national park and 5000 spotted deer and buffaloes  lives here. 613 kata lagi

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Ne aplecăm sub mangrove cu mama pe trotuar îi zic hai pe drum hai tulpini de magnolii vechi jupuite chiar jos pe strada meșterilor livadă cireșii în floare roz vertical o voce de ungur șovin lăudând poate B*** coleg de liceu că se pricepe îngrijirea copacilor pasiune de tinerețe și altele câte brusc pensiune buni în pat pe o scândură-leaț ne spune cum a găsit dovezi la parter când făcea curățenie semne că ar fi fost asfixiat cineva cu perna în pat unul imens cu toții în el.

Bataan Mangrove Tree Planting CSR

BATAAN ECOTOUR Magrove Tree Planting

 Balanga Mangrove Park

“This is our primary source of livelihood. If we do not take care of it, there might be a time when we will have nothing to eat,” says Mr. 667 kata lagi

Bataan

Otters and crocs @ Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve – Toddycats gear up for Festival of Biodiversity in May

We are counting down to Festival of Biodiversity 2017 which is a month away! This annual celebration of Singapore’s biodiversity by members of the Biodiversity Roundtable of Singapore with NParks will present the two day event at at Serangoon NEX on 27-28 May 2017: 10.30am – 10.30pm. 243 kata lagi

Sungei Buloh

Taman Wisata Alam Mangrove Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK)

Senin pas long weekend kemaren kita rame-rame ke taman wisata alam mangrove di daerah Pantai Indah Kapuk. Karena berangkat dari Rawamangunnya udah siang ya jadinya nyampenya juga siang deh. 371 kata lagi

Liburan

L'Artchipel presents “Mangrove”

As part of their Fortnight of Caribbean Dance taking place from May 4 through 17, 2017, L’Artchipel scène nationale de la Guadeloupe presents “Mangrove.”

“Mangrove” will be performed on Thursday, May 6, at 8:00pm at the Anacaona Room. 207 kata lagi

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Kota Kinabalu - Mangroves

Plants are expected to consist of roots, stems and leaves. It’s usually assumed that dirt is somehow involved. Mangrove plants, however, are an exception. Mangroves are groups of trees and shrubs that grow in saline or brackish water in inter-tidal areas between land and the sea in subtropical and tropical regions. 1.712 kata lagi

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