Diving in Eilat's coral reefs. (Screenshot)

Eilat’s unique coral could be used to re-seed dying reefs in other parts of the world in the future.

Climate change affects coral reefs worldwide. However, coral reefs in the Gulf of Eilat, on Israel’s southern coast, are resistant to global warming and could possibly be used to re-seed dying reefs in other parts of the world.

This breakthrough could save dying reefs worldwide.

Thank you, Israel!

 


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