Mangrove forests are much more useful than harmful to people, for a variety of reasons. In the tropics, mangrove forests often serve as a buffer between land and sea, protecting land environments (and human dwellings) from the full force of tropical storms coming off the ocean. The roots of mangroves also help to prevent erosion and stabilize the coastline. Finally, mangrove forests provide important habitat for many marine creatures, including fish species that use them as “nurseries” where their young grow to maturity. Many important fisheries in tropical countries depend on mangrove forests for their continued existence.
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