Mangrove forests are becoming smaller and smaller worldwide. Estimates of global losses during the last 25 years range between 35 and 86%. In Science, Duke et al. (2007) protested against a world without mangroves, noting that the full implications of mangrove loss to mankind are not fully appreciated.
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