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Queensland and NT are Losing Mangroves

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When you go to a mangrove you promptly get a whiff of that stinky aroma. It is no joy to canter to the sea to dip your feet in the. Why should you care if some of these habitats or two are lost? Some animals would miss the valuable place to roam.  |_| australia nt do mangroves is fish breeding losing nt australia change climate sea |_|
Mangroves are dying out
Your supper plate would not be so appetizing  with fewer mud crabs, banana prawns, barramundi and red snapper. This is occurring in north Australia in the Gulf of Carpentaria, situated in the Northern Territory northerly and Queensland. The harm was brought on by El Niño altering the course of winds. Ocean levels fell leaving mudflats dry. Additionally, There was a deficiency of rain because of drought.   |_| fish or breeding australia on nt losing as mangroves it go queensland breeding in fish nt mangroves losing |_| |_| travel news stories |_|    

Rhizophora, the plant, dislikes excessive salt. The establish themselves on the coast as plants upstream in fresh water grow above them which shuts out light. If a tree is dies it will take ten years to supplant it.  The species lives a long time - over 200 yrs. |_| losing Queensland not. |_|   
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If things do remain the same the fishing industry will suffer with a decrease in overall catch.  Fish breeding go to mangroves they are good places to feed.  Furthermore, they breed there. Scientists are looking into the problem.  It is not known if it caused by climate change.
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