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Mangroves have 'superpowers' against climate change. Scientists are racing to save them.

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Mangroves are valuable tools to fight climate change. They can capture about five times more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than tropical rainforests, pumping it through their roots and straight into the soil where it’s trapped for hundreds of years. But despite all the benefits, mangroves are under constant threat from coastal development, climate change and even humans.