A unique project to help restore coral reefs in Bali.
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These underwater sculptures are part of a project that aims to rejuvenate the coral that has been bleached and destroyed by warming seas. Pemuteran, a small fishing village on the northwest coast of Bali in Indonesia, is home to a large installment of Biorock, which channels a low-voltage electrical current into underwater structures. The process is believed to encourage faster growth of new coral.
April 13, 2019
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