In Madagascar, fishermen plant mangroves for the future

A group of volunteers replant dozens of mangrove propagules in a field near the village of Amboanio, Melaky Region in Madagascar, on April 24, 2018. WWF has launched a programme in the Melaky Region, Madagascar, to restore the mangroves by the communities, planting propagules, these small mangrove shoots. The mangroves shelter highly diverse mollusk and crustacean communities while capturing sediment. Birds or sea turtles also utilize mangroves, as do the Malagasy people. Rice farming or constru





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