Mangroves are a super important part of the Florida ecosystem. Sometimes there are mangroves in Miami. According to Wikipedia, "Ninety percent of the Florida mangroves are in southern Florida, in Collier, Lee, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties."


Please add information about:

  • what Miami was like before it was Miami - were there more mangroves?
  • where would people go if they were in Miami and wanted to see some mangroves?