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Jamaica's coral reefs were in big trouble. But this project is helping save them

The White River Fish Sanctuary is a gazetted marine protected area in the Jamaican reefs. Image: Jamaica Conservation Partners

Douglas Broom

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Young coral are grown on ropes in ‘nurseries’. Image: Jamaica Conservation Partners
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