Dr. Omran Ghali, executive director of the project to expand the cultivation of mangrove trees, said that we have 100 species of mangrove trees worldwide, of which 87 are dicotyledonous, and the rest are monocotyledonous. The red jellyfish.
He added, through a televised intervention, that the mangroves start from the coastal area, extending into the sea, and there are areas in some areas that reach 700 meters.
The Red Sea is one of the best areas for growing mangroves
The executive director of the project to expand the cultivation of mangroves explained that mangroves are geographically distributed species, and in Egypt they always grow from the El Gouna region to the border with the State of Sudan, pointing out that the Red Sea is one of the best regions for the growth of mangroves in the world.
The Executive Director of the Mangrove Expansion Project pointed out that mangroves play an important role in preserving the cohesion and balance of the ecosystem, as they protect beaches from erosion and erosion, and stabilize carbon dioxide at a greater rate than regular forests.