Here is What Scientists are Doing to Save Florida’s Coral Reef Before it’s Too Late

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  • Hundreds of corals from 18 different species were collected in the Florida Keys and brought to the Florida Coral Rescue Center.
  • Scientists have filled a warehouse with 300-gallon aquariums, and a sophisticated LED lighting system is set on a timer to mimic the sun and moon cycle of Key West.
  • As a result, corals are beginning to thrive and reproduce.

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