Nature Rambles

Not far from the bustling city of Makassar Mars Incorporated…
by Ian Markham -- June 3rd, 2016

Not far from the bustling city of Makassar Mars Incorporated as part of their marine sustainability program uses their innovative coral "spider" technique to restore coral reefs damaged by dynamite & cyanide fishing, cyclones and pollution. Coral "spiders" are specially coated metal frames to which coral fragments can be attached that can then be bound together to give reefs a massive boost forward in regenerating lost areas

 

Photo Caption: Not far from the bustling city of Makassar Mars Incorporated as part of their marine sustainability program uses their innovative coral “spider” technique to restore coral reefs damaged by dynamite & cyanide fishing, cyclones and pollution. Coral “spiders” are specially coated metal frames to which coral fragments can be attached that can then be bound together to give reefs a massive boost forward in regenerating lost areas. #coral #reef #indonesia #restoration #conservation #savetheplanet #diving #underwater #nature

 

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