Jordan Scrambles to Save Rare Red Sea Corals That Can Withstand Climate Change

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  • Corals in the northern part of the Rea Sea have been shown to be more resilient to the impacts of climate change.
  • In Jordan, researchers, activists and fishers are hopeful that coral reefs will survive as they show no signs of mass bleaching.
  • Researchers are freezing cells and tissues in a coral bank to preserve them for future use and are cultivating coral in labs and sea nurseries.

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