With a surface area of 3,000 square meters, Mangrove hall in Burger’s Zoo, Arnhem is the largest indoor mangrove in the world. From the beach bordering a Belizean town square, the mysterious world that is the mangrove calls. Further inland, the mangrove forest slowly transforms into a tropical dry forest. It became a shelter for the hundreds of butterflies in all shapes, sizes, and colours dancing in the air. One of them came to a coin as a symbol their beauty.