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The dying Arabuko Sokoke Forest

Arabuko Sokoke is classified as one of the largest remaining Coastal forests in East Africa, a reality that is now on the verge of extinction following continuous degradation and destruction of old indigenous trees.

The forest which is 420 km long and located along the Kenyan coast 110 kilometers north of Mombasa and borders the Mida Creek a Mangrove forest, may soon turn into a jungle if action is not taken to protect it due to massive logging, charcoal burning, and wood carving which are a threat to the biodiversity of the forest.

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