The mangrove timberlands of Biscayne National Park are puzzling spots that help one to remember the wildernesses found in old films. From the water, unbroken lines of trees are unmistakable with their wonderful, emerald leaves coming to over the water. The backwoods gives an apparently invulnerable tangle of roots, curving from tree trunks in numerous ways.
The recreation center contains one of the longest persistent extends of mangroves left on the Florida's East drift. The word mangrove is utilized to depict a few trees, not firmly identified with each other, that twist in salty situations. Some can piece salt from their underlying foundations while others discharge overabundance salt through their leaves, enabling them to flourish where different trees would pass on.