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Mangrove and human activity in South Bimini, Bahamas

Year: 2010
From collection: Blue Carbon
Taken by: Matthew Potenski (Marine Photobank)
Mangroves of the Bimini Islands, in the Bahamas, represent the only mangrove ecosystem located on the entire Northwest Bahama Bank. They are critically important to local and regional fisheries, through their role as nurseries and habitat for many marine species.
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