MANGROVE FOREST, THAILAND. Krabi Province. Trees cut down to make charcoal. Since 1960 50% of Thailands Mangrove forests have been destroyed. CDREF00235

Photographer

MARK EDWARDS

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SP1119653.jpg

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3532 x 5388 px
29.9 x 45.62 cm at 300 dpi

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© MARK EDWARDS, HARD RAIN PICTURE LIBRARY

MANGROVE FOREST, THAILAND. Krabi Province. Trees cut down to make charcoal. Since 1960 50% of Thailands Mangrove forests have been destroyed. CDREF00235

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