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Mangrove swamps and the trees within them have seen a decline in the recent years. In order to preserve them, we need to cut down their exposure to pollution, both in the air and water. Sewage, weed-killers, oil, and other water pollutants can kill mangrove trees if left untreated. By eliminating excess pollution, we can help save the trees. The Mangrove Replenishment Initiative hopes to research and implement ways on how to bring back the population.
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