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Concrete pods may help regrow reefs

A diver with a batch of the seeding units

Typically, when conservationists are trying to restore dead or dying Coral reefs, they do so by manually fastening fragments of live coral to the existing reef. It's a painstaking and time-consuming process. Thanks to new technology developed by marine ecology group SECORE International, however, reef restoration may soon be as quick and easy as sowing seeds in a garden.

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Category: Environment

  • Conservation
  • Coral Bleaching
  • Ocean
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