How do swamp trees stay anchored?



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    As expected, all different types of plants that have adapted to live in swamps have done so in their own unique and extraordinary way. Trees have managed to alter their root structures to remain stable in swamp like ecosystems. Instead of growing large taproots straight down, they instead grow their roots out over a wide surface. This makes it easy to gather water as well as allowing them to have a wide and stable base for floods and winds.

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