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This underwater sculpture park is helping rewild marine ecosystems. Here’s how

Bringing the underwater world to life. Image: MUSAN

Johnny Wood

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‘Living’ sculptures of giant trees, and even people, are turning art into marine conservation beneath the waters of the Mediterranean sea.' Image: MUSAN

The statutes are designed to encourage natural marine growth to settle on them. Image: MUSAN

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