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Climate change killed 40 million Australian mangroves in 2015. Here's why they'll probably never grow back

By Norman Duke, Professor of Mangrove Ecology, James Cook University
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This event was the world’s worst incidence of mangrove tree deaths in recorded history. These photos show the devastating scale of this disaster.The Conversation

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