Restoring ocean life

These 'living seawalls' are bringing ocean life back to Sydney Harbour

Fish and other marine life in Sydney Harbour will benefit from 'living seawalls'. Image: Marek Okon/Unsplash

James Redmayne

Writer, Reuters

Jill Gralow

Senior Video Journalist Australia, Pacific Islands, Reuters

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