What are the most carbon rich forests in the world?

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    Mangroves in Australia is the world’s largest carbon-rich tropical forest in the world. Recently, Mangroves are in decline, with a 30-50% of them being cleared in the past half century and 16% of them currently threatened. New research shows that mangroves are the most carbon-rich forest in the tropics, clearing them being responsible for about 10% of greenhouse gas emissions from global deforestation despite being just 0.7% of tropical forest area.

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