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Audio slideshow: Discovering a 'lost forest'

Mount Mabu, in northern Mozambique, is a vast forest untouched by the modern world.

Scientists from London's Royal Botanic Gardens came across it after looking at satellite images on Google Earth.

Intrigued, they set off on what they believe is the first expedition. Once there, they discovered what are thought to be some new species.

The expedition leader was Jonathan Timberlake.

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