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In addition to the mangrove area, visitors can play on a beach or enjoy a barbecue in the designated BBQ area. While there, you can rest and enjoy the natural scenery of mangroves nearby. Just as you exit the park, if you want to try a local specialty of Tainan County, you may want to taste'milkfish... 顯示更多 In addition to the mangrove area, visitors can play on a beach or enjoy a barbecue in the designated BBQ area. While there, you can rest and enjoy the natural scenery of mangroves nearby. Just as you exit the park, if you want to try a local specialty of Tainan County, you may want to taste'milkfish balls'. These milkfish balls are conveniently sold at a shop just in front of the park. There are four kinds of mangroves that survive: Haichietong (Avicennia marina) meaning ''sea aubergine'' in Chinese, Shueibitsai ( Kandelia candel ) meaning ''writing brush in water'' in Chinese, Lanli(Lumnizera racemosa )meaning''plum tree'' in Chinese, and Wulichiau (Rhizophora mucronata) meaning ''five peal'' in Chinese. Avicennia is a kind of black mangrove tree. It has the characteristic aerial roots of mangroves. Different species of Avicennia grow worldwide south of the Tropic of Cancer. Kandelia is a family of red mangrove, a tropical or subtropical flowering plant. Kandelia is famous for its viviparous method of reproduction, which involves germinating the seeds directly on the tree and then waiting until the time is right to either drop hte seeds into the mud below or float them on waves until they find a suitable environment for survival. Lumnizera is a family of withe mangrove, which is characteristic of landward, high salinity areas in the mangrove, and appears as small, is olated clusters of trees or occasionally as larger stand, both of which remain under 5m height. Rhizophora is probably the best known red mangrove plant because of its distinctive root system and widespread distribution. And it can grow to 20m tall.
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