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The aerial roots of mangroves act as a sieve to trap large floating debris from the water. Credit: KAUST

Mangrove forests trap floating litter

Mangrove forests on the coasts of Saudi Arabia act as litter traps, accumulating plastic debris from the marine environment, according to new research from KAUST. 


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