Coral rescue in India

The Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) along with the forest department and Tata Chemical Limited are carrying out a coral rescue programme in Mithapur, Jamnagar. They are trying to restore corals overturned due to wave damage and anthropogenic activities.

So far, around 200 colonies of coral reefs have been rescued. The third phase of the programme was carried out in July with 22 volunteers including the employees of Tata and two local fishermen. Well done WTI!!

Read the full article at dnaindia.com.

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