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Marsh mosquitoes are the mosquito species that can infect with malaria, which kills about 600,000 people annually. These mosquitoes live only in tropical climates, but in this last decade as the earth is warming, their habitat expanded south and up – to new regions that used to be too cold for them, but now the conditions there are better for them.

 

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Mangroves capturing earth’s carbon

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