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Mangrove Conservation / Climate change

Mangrove Conservation
Mangrove Conservation
Mangrove Conservation
Mangrove Conservation
Mangrove Conservation
Mangrove Conservation
Mangrove Conservation

Mangroves are trees or shrubs that are found in the intertidal zone of coastlines, or that area between the coastal environment and the terrestrial environment. These florae are well-adapted to living in saline (salty) and brackish environments, which is one of the reasons that they are so unique. There are about 70 species of mangroves found along tropical and sub-tropical coastlines, with a particularly heavy presence in Asia, followed by Africa and South America. The largest area of mangroves are found in Indonesia, followed by Brazil, Australia, Nigeria, and Mexico. Mangrove trees are equipped with impressive filtration systems that allow

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Sankandi Youth Development

Sankandi Youth Development
Association
Sankandi, Gambia

Design

Sankandi Youth Development

Sankandi Youth Development
Association
Sankandi, Gambia

Design

Sankandi Youth Development

Sankandi Youth Development
Association
Sankandi, Gambia