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Underwater loudspeakers could help boost coral reef recovery

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Underwater loudspeakers could help boost coral reef recovery

Underwater loudspeakers could help boost coral reef recovery

New research has found that deploying underwater loudspeakers to play the sounds of healthy coral reef could help restore damaged reefs.

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