Nature Rambles

Fijian Reefs
by Ian Markham -- December 13th, 2015

Known as "the soft coral capital of the world" Fijian reefs sport colorful displays of gorgeous Dendronepthyia, Gorgonians, and more particularly on healthy reefs. In the Namena marine reserve these beautiful soft corals are surrounded by thronging masses of fish thanks to years of successful implementation of a locally managed marine protected area

Photo Caption: Known as “the soft coral capital of the world” Fijian reefs sport colorful displays of gorgeous Dendronepthyia, Gorgonians, and more particularly on healthy reefs. In the Namena marine reserve these beautiful soft corals are surrounded by thronging masses of fish thanks to years of successful implementation of a locally managed marine protected area

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