Australia plans sustainable ‘living’ structure to help conserve world’s corals

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The world’s first conservation facility dedicated to preserving hard corals is planned for Australia’s Port Douglas, the Queensland town often used as a base for exploring the world’s largest coral reef system, the Great Barrier Reef. Called the Living Coral Biobank, the project will feature laboratories, specimen tanks, aquariums, and other research and education facilities designed as a living “coral ark” to preserve more than 800 species of

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