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Underwater forests: Why it's vital we protect our sea meadows

A shoal of fish swimming over seagrass at the Saya de Malha bank within the Mascarene plateau. Image: Tommy Trenchard/Greenpeace/Handout via REUTERS

Alessandra Prentice
Correspondent, Reuters
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image of corals in a seagrass meadow in one of the biggest carbon sinks in the high seas, at the Saya de Malha bank within the Mascarene plateau
Sea grasses have a highly important role in the ocean's ecosystem. Image: Tommy Trenchard/Greenpeace/Handout via REUTERS

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