Their primary “purpose” is the promotion of ocean diversity, sometimes referred to as the “rain forest of the ocean” reefs are prime locations for sea life to frolic and play. . They are homes to fish, coral, crustaceans, sponges, worms and mollusks. Combined, coral reefs around the world make up the surface area of half of France, yet they are home to 25% of marine species.
Reefs are lent to a secondary purpose by helping to slow the erosion of coastlines.
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Reefs are the homes of thousands of different species of animals, and an inumerable number of beings overall. Artificial reefs aim to restore the damage that we’ve done to natural reefs.
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