Scientists Succeeded in Coral Life

Corals are in a critical place both for the ecosystem and directly for humans, but unfortunately, 50% of the corals have disappeared as a result of man.

Corals are one of the strangest animal species in the world, and especially ocean ecosystems They are very important for. At the same time, 50% of the oxygen that people breathe is released by the clean and healthy oceans, but the destruction of corals puts the future of the oceans in danger because the corals are needed to keep the oceans clean.

As a result of the research, sinin fishery and farms and factories in the last 30 years due to dirty waste left in the ocean appeared to disappear. At the same time, with the global warming, the oceans are warming up and absorbing too much carbon dioxide.

Scientists have done new work on how to deal with coral deaths affecting both the human species and the ocean ecosystem, and the results of the surveys are quite successful.

In a study of a group of biocides, coral species that could be adapted to more acidic waters were searched and rapidly produced in underwater farms and laboratory environments. Subsequently, the research team took these corals back to the ocean to grow in the wild underwater waters.

Acropora florida corals

The team first placed the 'tree' like structures made of PVC under water, and left the corals growing in these artificial trees. When the corals were large enough they were taken from the branches and taken to the regions of the reef, where they continued to proliferate. This method was used successfully for branched coral species called Acropora florida.

Another type of coral is coral called Siderastrea siderea. This is one of the most endangered and fastest disappearing coral species. The same research team tried to produce in this kind of underwater poultry. The team succeeded in delivering the corals within a few years to the sizes they reached between 100 and 200 years, then left these corals in the ocean.

Siderastrea siderea corals



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Biologists say that the rapid disappearance of coral reefs can be avoided and that the natural balance of the ocean floor can be better preserved. There are many studies for the coral reefs to disappear, and science is quite hopeful about this. However, it is now well accepted that future jobs will be much more difficult due to the rapidly increasing global warming.