Coral: Glimmer of Hope

Director:  Gaelin Rosenwaks

Coral reefs, the largest living organisms on the planet, are home to incredible biodiversity. However, corals around the world are in trouble because of rising ocean temperatures. A team of scientists is working in the Western Pacific island chain of Palau to unlock the mysteries of species that may contain a secret of adaptation for survival. 

 

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8 minutes
Released in 2018

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