A livestream conversation with NWF Naturalist David Mizejewski and The Florida Aquarium ’s coral expert Keri O’Neil
The most biodiverse of all ocean ecosystems, coral reefs provide food and shelter to about a quarter of marine species. But as the planet’s corals vanish, the race is on to rescue and restore what remains. Join us for a Livestream conversation about National Wildlife magazine’s June–July cover story "Spawning a Solution"—featuring Naturalist David Mizejewski and The Florida Aquarium’s Senior Coral Scientist Keri O’Neil—to learn about the largest coral rescue effort ever undertaken. Watch the recording below.
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