Hidden Forest 'Trapped in Time' for 100,000 Years

There's a system of swampy red mangroves, deep in the rainforests of the Yucatan peninsula, that's a long, long way from home.

The nearest seashore lies 170 kilometers away (105 miles), and yet these salt-loving shrubs didn't just get up and walk away from the coastline for a fresh drink on the banks of the San Pedro river.

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