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Mangrove in Lorentz National Park
The mangrove biome is one of the 14 terrestrial ecozones classified by the WWF. These tidal swamp ecosystems - some of the greatest biomass providers on Earth - bring crucial resources to coastal communities. Over the past 20 years, more than 35% of mangroves have disappeared, mainly due to coastal development, climate change, logging and agriculture.
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