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Saving coral reefs

  • Freshly cut coral reefs are planted in small pots and cemented. The reefs are then soaked in a big tub for two days. JP/Suherdjoko

    Freshly cut coral reefs are planted in small pots and cemented. The reefs are then soaked in a big tub for two days. JP/Suherdjoko

  • A man transports the coral reefs from the tub to the sea. The process should be done quickly to keep the coral reefs alive. JP/Suherdjoko

    A man transports the coral reefs from the tub to the sea. The process should be done quickly to keep the coral reefs alive. JP/Suherdjoko

  • Workers board a small boat to transport the coral reefs. JP/Suherdjoko

    Workers board a small boat to transport the coral reefs. JP/Suherdjoko

  • Two men prepare to lower the coral reefs into the water, after which divers will plant them at the bottom of the sea. JP/Suherdjoko

    Two men prepare to lower the coral reefs into the water, after which divers will plant them at the bottom of the sea. JP/Suherdjoko

  • Three divers tie coral reef stems to a platform. JP/Suherdjoko

    Three divers tie coral reef stems to a platform. JP/Suherdjoko

  • A diver checks the condition of the stemmed reefs. JP/Suherdjoko

    A diver checks the condition of the stemmed reefs. JP/Suherdjoko

  • Divers pose after the planting stemmed coral reefs in Karimunjawa waters, Central Java. JP/Suherdjoko

    Divers pose after the planting stemmed coral reefs in Karimunjawa waters, Central Java. JP/Suherdjoko

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