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Tabbil-ban Dhagun Mangrove Boardwalk
Australia

The Tabbil-ban Dhagun Mangrove Boardwalk allows visitors to see the mangrove habitat of the Nudgee Beach Reserve. This area, between Nudgee Creek and Moreton Bay, is the home for birds, fishes, crabs and prawns; and is an important part of the Moreton Bay ecosystem. Mangroves grow in salt water, which is needed for this tidal environment. They can also survive in fresh water, which is needed during times of rain and floods. The Aboriginal name translates to mean a "place of salt water."

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Uploaded: 30/07/2013
Updated: 11/08/2014
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