Coral cutting

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noun / verb - Coral cutting or coral fragging is the process of cutting, breaking, or otherwise subdividing a coral colony. Coral are genetically programmed to survive and can be regenerated and flourish with coral cutting.

Moorea Coral Gardeners

The Moorea Coral Gardeners is a group of coral gardeners, marine environmentalists, scientists, logistical specialists, communications specialists, project managers, and volunteers who use education and restoration projects to help restore, preserve, regenerate coral reefs headquartered in Mo'orea in French Polynesia. Their conferences and public and school interactions help spread their mission to help restore healthy coral reefs by planting healthy coral fragments back onto the reef.


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