n. - A swamp adjacent to the coastline where salt water from the sea or ocean constantly intrudes to create an estuary of brackish or salt water.

Saltwater swamps, especially in tropical regions, are often populated with mangrove trees as well as crocodiles.

Saltwater swamps can be found in New Guinea, Indonesia, Kenya, the Republic of Congo, along the Mekong River in Vietnam, and along the Ganges River in India, Puerto Rico, the Gulf Coast of southern Florida, and the Atlantic coast of Brazil.

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