Salt marshes are intertidal zones where fresh and salt water meet and form wetlands. They are traditionally landscapes dominated by aquatic grasses that thrive in these conditions. They are far more common in temperature coastal zones. There locations make them ideal areas for waterfowl (birds) and aquatic life to give birth and raise their young like their tropical counterparts which include mangrove swamps like the Everglades.
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