Yes. Various mangrove swamps have different levels of salinity and nutrients that are necessary for the ecosystems in which they exist. Climate change will lead to increased sea levels, which could distort the aquatic environments of the mangrove swamps. Many animals that thrive in mangroves are specially-adapted to the environments found there that nourish them, and a shift in the parameters of the environments could easily change their ability to survive there.
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