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Kenyans try to save Sabaki estuary by re-creating mangroves

Along a riverbank scarred by logging, stands a solitary mangrove tree, a species once abundant in the forest where the mighty Sabaki River meets the sea.

“This is the last one. There are no more left,” said the 42-year-old Kenyan, who grew up on the estuary

But one tree at a time, local villagers are bringing the estuary back to life.

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