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Would the meaning be the same if I changed the sentence "Over the past 20 years, mangroves have gone from being one of the fastest diminishing habitats on earth to being one of the best protected," to "Over the past 20 years, mangroves have come from being one of the fastest diminishing habitats on earth to being one of the best protected,"?

As a result, mangrove restoration is on the rise. Over the past 20 years, mangroves have gone from being one of the fastest diminishing habitats on earth to being one of the best protected, with 42% of all remaining mangrove areas under some kind protective status, according to the Global Mangrove Alliance. The rate of mangrove loss, once more than 3% a decade, is now down to less than 1%—and in some places, like Bangladesh and Pakistan, coverage is actually increasing. While restoring mangroves to their full 1980 extent—when global measurements were first taken—is difficult because of the irreversible growth of cities like Karachi, returning coverage to 1996 levels is “probably likely,” says Catherine E. Lovelock, a professor of biological sciences at the University of Queensland, Australia, and one of the world’s foremost experts on mangrove restoration.
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Would the meaning be the same if I changed the sentence "Over the past 20 years, mangroves have gone from being one of the fastest diminishing habitats on earth to being one of the best protected," to "Over the past 20 years, mangroves have come from being one of the fastest diminishing habitats on earth to being one of the best protected,"?
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