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Mangroves are changing the landscape of the Texas coast

Mangroves are changing the landscape of the Texas coast

As temperatures rise due to climate change, mangroves are increasingly populating the Texas coast, leading scientists to explore their effects on the region's ecosystems.

Emily Foxhall reports for The Texas Tribune.

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