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How Sri Lanka's mangrove forests can save lives
by Sarah Lazarus and Jon Jensen, CNN
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6 February 2020
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On December 26, 2004, a cataclysmic tsunami struck the coasts of countries in South and Southeast Asia. Scientists assessing the landscape after the disaster discovered that some areas which emerged relatively unscathed were protected not by sophisticated warning systems or barriers -- but by their ancient mangrove forests. In 2015, Sri Lanka announced that it would protect all of its mangroves -- the first country to make that declaration.
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