Coral breeding

Corals are one of the most endangered species and, e.g, climate change effects on them heavily.

Did you know?

If coral reefs disappear from the earth, millions of people and also economy will suffer. Species that live on the coral reefs feed 1/8 part of the world population.  

Have you ever wondered, what corals actually are? We can tell you! Corals are actually animals, that anchor themselves to the sea and don't move. That's why many people think they are actually plants! 

 

In many places around the world, corals are in danger. Corals are extremely important for humans but, at the same time, humans are their biggest threat. Overfishing, pollution and climate change threaten corals and, already now, coral reefs have been destroyed.

 

We here in SEA LIFE Helsinki raise our own corals to our tanks. Occasionally we can also provide there corals to home aquarists to their own aquariums. 

Fun Fact!

By reducing your carbon dioxide usage, you can also help protecting corals. Reducing carbon dioxide, also climate change decreses. Good example of how to reduce carbon dioxide is reducing driving with motor vehicles, saving energy or eating less meat. 

Did you know?

If coral reefs disappear from the earth, millions of people and also economy will suffer. Species that live on the coral reefs feed 1/8 part of the world population.  

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Did you know?

If coral reefs disappear from the earth, millions of people and also economy will suffer. Species that live on the coral reefs feed 1/8 part of the world population.  

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Have you ever wondered, what corals actually are? We can tell you! Corals are actually animals, that anchor themselves to the sea and don't move. That's why many people think they are actually plants! 

 

In many places around the world, corals are in danger. Corals are extremely important for humans but, at the same time, humans are their biggest threat. Overfishing, pollution and climate change threaten corals and, already now, coral reefs have been destroyed.

 

We here in SEA LIFE Helsinki raise our own corals to our tanks. Occasionally we can also provide there corals to home aquarists to their own aquariums. 

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Have you ever wondered, what corals actually are? We can tell you! Corals are actually animals, that anchor themselves to the sea and don't move. That's why many people think they are actually plants! 

 

In many places around the world, corals are in danger. Corals are extremely important for humans but, at the same time, humans are their biggest threat. Overfishing, pollution and climate change threaten corals and, already now, coral reefs have been destroyed.

 

We here in SEA LIFE Helsinki raise our own corals to our tanks. Occasionally we can also provide there corals to home aquarists to their own aquariums. 

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Fun Fact!

By reducing your carbon dioxide usage, you can also help protecting corals. Reducing carbon dioxide, also climate change decreses. Good example of how to reduce carbon dioxide is reducing driving with motor vehicles, saving energy or eating less meat. 

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Fun Fact!

By reducing your carbon dioxide usage, you can also help protecting corals. Reducing carbon dioxide, also climate change decreses. Good example of how to reduce carbon dioxide is reducing driving with motor vehicles, saving energy or eating less meat. 

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