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The mangroves and the ecological balance of the lagoon
The mangroves, abundant on the west coast and in the north end of Grande-Terre, play an essential role in the ecological balance of the caledonian lagoon. Occupying a significant part of the coast and estuaries, they filter the runoff waters loaded with silts and thus protect the coral reefs by avoiding them being covered and asphyxiated.
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