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Asia Pacific · 1:17 AM UTCIndonesia’s batik-makers turn to mangroves as demand grows for eco-dyesIn a quiet mangrove forest in central Indonesia, a man moves gingerly across vegetation distinguished by its big, wooden stilt roots, searching for fallen mangrove fruits that rest on leaves or float on the water.

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