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Tech & Science large coral reef discovered in front of Tahiti

00:09  21 january  2022
00:09  21 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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sea researchers have discovered a more than three kilometers long coral reef in front of the coast of Tahitis in the depths of the South Pacific. The structure formed by nettle animals are in 35 to 70 meters depth and seem to be in good condition, reported the journal "New Scientist".

Meeresforscher haben vor der Küste Tahitis in den Tiefen des Südpazifiks ein mehr als drei Kilometer langes Korallenriff entdeckt. © Alexis Rosenfeld/@alexis.rosenfeld Via AP / DPA Marine researchers have discovered a more than three kilometers long coral reef in front of the coast of Tahitis in the depths of the South Pacific.

It is one of the greatest reefs discovered in this depth, it was said to be the broadcaster BBC, citing the UN Science Organization UNESCO, which led the mission.

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divers therefore discovered the reef in November in an expedition from French Polynesia, which is part of an international mission to capture the seabed. "It was magical, huge, beautiful, rose-shaped coral to see that stretches as far as the eye can see," said the French photographer Alexis Rosenfeld, who led the international diving team. It was "like a work of art".

experts call for action

In the coming months, scientists want to find out which species live in the vicinity of the reef. There is probably many more of these ecosystems that you know nothing, Julian Barbiere said from UNESCO. According to the UN authority, only about 20 percent of the seabed has been cartographed.

experts have demanded for a long time against the death of the worldwide coral reefs. Causes of the destruction of coral reefs are above all the overfishing and pollution of the seas and climate change. Climate change leave the marine temperatures rise, which in turn leads to the infamous coral bleach.

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