Mangroves are tropical woody formations that grow in the tidal areas of the sea coast. The mangrove is richest in the Indian-West Pacific region. In contrast, the so-called western mangrove on the Atlantic coasts of Africa and South America has, for unknown reasons, significantly fewer species. In any case, it only grows where the coastal fringe is not exposed to strong surf or the effects of cold ocean currents.
With mangrove leaves you have a very natural, original food for your shrimps, crabs and especially crabs.
Mangrove leaves also contain a very high proportion of tannins.
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A biotope aquarium is the term used to describe aquariums that have been designed to replicate as accurately as possible a habitat that occurs in the wild.