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Climate change will increasingly become a threat to several Malagasy baobab species. As the trees’ habitat shifts north, three species will be left behind when they reach the northern coast. But scientists say hope for these species is not lost. By working with local communities to conserve nature and collecting seeds—vaults of baobab DNA—scientists can help Madagascar remain a home to its iconic baobab trees.


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