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Tropical wetlands: A disappearing act

Indonesia loses an area of mangrove forest the size of New York City every 18 months.
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Indonesia loses an estimated 52,000 hectares of mangrove forest per year. Get the latest news and research on tropical mangroves at forestsnews.cifor.org/wetlands.

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