As for the fluna, in this zone, adaptions features such as prop roots and aerial roots to deal with the conditions of mangrove were seen
As it began to pour as we reached the sandbank zone, we seeked refuge under on of the shelters along the broadwalk. There, we spotted a horseshoe crab was seen swimming inland. It was exciting for me because I never seen a swimming horseshoe crab before. As the whole body is aromourised, only the posterior horizontal flap of the crab was seen flapping up and down. The remaining parts looked as it was not moving at all.
Due to the rain, as well as the rising tide, we did not manage to see much for the remaining portion of the walk. However, it was still a fruitful one though.