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Amazon mangroves ‘twice as carbon rich’ as its rainforests

The vast mangroves of the Amazon store twice as much carbon per hectare as the region’s tropical forests, new research shows. The results suggest that protecting the Amazon wetlands could play a larger role in slowing climate change than previously thought, the authors say.

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