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Fishing Boats, Aceh
Indonesia

The coast of Aceh. Before the tsunami struck in December 2004, this area was covered with mangrove. The plants were completely destroyed. New mangrove has been introduced to the area. Since the re-planting, fish, shrimps and crabs have returned along with other wildlife.

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