Scientists in Australia have achieved the first-ever offseason coral spawning in the history of coral breeding and restoration sciences. The breakthrough dramatically expands the capacity to grow corals in captivity to then use to restore the Great Barrier Reef, since it allows the scientists to spawn coral 50% more often than in nature. At the […]

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