Deep-Sea Corals: A New Frontier of Ocean Exploration

Deep-Sea Corals: A New Frontier of Ocean Exploration

Deep-sea corals are home to an astonishing array of marine life that science is just beginning to explore. But some fishing and energy development practices can damage these ocean treasures. Once harmed, deep-sea corals can take centuries to recover, so it’s vital that we protect them fully now.

Learn more: www.pewtrusts.org/GulfCoral

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Deep-Sea Corals: A New Frontier of Ocean Exploration

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Deep-sea corals are home to an astonishing array of marine life that science is just beginning to explore. But some fishing and energy development practices can damage these ocean treasures. Once harmed, deep-sea corals can take centuries to recover, so it’s vital that we protect them fully now.