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New research finds that mangroves in Mexico have been capturing and releasing carbon and nitrogen in a process called biogeochemical cycling for 5,000 years. Mangroves are extremely tolerant plants that can grow where most plants can. This new discovery should encourage humans to leave mangroves untouched as they are very valuable to the ecosystem.

 

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