Cold-Water Coral

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Together we can help protect Cold-Water Coral.
Together we can help protect Cold-Water Coral.
Save the Cold Water Coral
Your Bring Back the Wild campaign will also help protect important habitat for ringed seals and narwhals
Your Bring Back the Wild campaign will also help protect important habitat for ringed seals and narwhals
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How we helped Cold-Water Coral

Project Dates: September 2015 – August 2016


Details: Cold-Water Coral are facing serious threats like climate change and harmful fishing practices such as bottom trawling. Through the help of kids just like you, Earth Rangers teamed up with Arctic Fishery Alliance to protect Cold-Water Coral. The donations raised for this Bring Back the Wild project helped to:

 
  • Conduct underwater surveys in the waters surrounding Qikiqtarjuaq and at the Mouth of Eclipse Sound, both located in Nunavut. A lot about Cold-Water Coral is still unknown and these surveys will help us learn where they live so we can better protect their habitat

 

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  1. Coral is not an animal but it is still living, just like flowers and trees and grass is living too. It may not move around but it can still do certain things like some trees, release a certain sap to warn the other trees around them of a bug infestation or other dangers.

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