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Coral reefs are being saved by using new technique

  • Loudspeakers installed on dead rocks
  • Australia and British research experiment
  • Sea fishes started coming in with this music
  • The sea fishes are listening to melodious music
  • When sea fishes came, other creatures also came

New Delhi: Coral reefs are being saved by using an unique technique. This is being used underwater and its initial results are encouring.

Under this, Sound is being played to the fish inside the sea. Hearing this sound , sea fishes are coming again towards the coral reefs.

With the arrival of the fishes, the life there has started to flourish again.

Coral reefs are being regenerated in this manner in low depth areas in the sea. It has also been successful in the initial experiment.

Researchers from Australia and British universities have tried this experiment.

Research concludes that it has been successful in the early stages.

With the arrival of sea fishes near these dead rocks again, life has started to flourish there again. Inside the sea, great life thrives on these rocks.

Due to worsening internal environment and increasing temperature, the fish moved away from these rocks to greater depths. The cycle of life moves on these rocks only through fishes.

Scientists have done this experiment on the question of how to build life a new on the rocks of dead coral reefs.

For this, underwater loudspeakers were installed inside the dead coral reefs, which, if indicated from outside, produce such a sound, then indicate that these rocks are alive.

Hearing these voices, fishes have started coming around them again. Other than fish, other marine life has started circling there. From this, new traces of life are emerging on these coral reefs.

Coral reefs life depends on fish movements

Due to the constant stay of fish there, new life has started emerging on these rocks. The scientists associated with this research are quite excited.

Prof. of the University of Exeter associated with the scientific team associated with this research co-experiment. Tim Garden said that this could go a long way in improving this very sensitive situation under the sea.

If the number of fish grows in these areas, then other ecology will also improve on its own.

Presently some damage has been done to the marine life it should be given some time to improve. Right now we are only compensating for the loss already done.

Expert biologist Mark Meikan of the Australian Institute of Marine Science says that bringing fish back to these areas is a difficult process.

Fishes can be brought back only by filling it, but it requires constant effort to keep the fish and other marine life there.

Once again, if the sequence of life increases on the rocks of the coral, then the rest of the work will become easier.

As part of its experiment, the research team had tried this on thirty such dead coral reefs near the Great Barrier Reef. Under this, only 11 dead rocks were installed loudspeakers.

From there only the sound that comes out to the fish indicates that the rocks here are fine and there is life. Hearing this voice, the sea fishes slowly started coming towards these rocks.

Hearing the sound of loudspeaker, the fish started hovering

In order to check the effect of research, such a measure was made that from sunset to sunrise such a sound kept coming from there.

This was done so that during this time, the floating sea fish could reach this sound.

Despite the dummy loudspeakers on the remaining dead rocks, no sound was made from there.

Actually scientists knew that the rocks of living coral are more noisy. Hearing this noise, fishes come towards them.

With the arrival of the fishes, the activities of new life have started intensifying with them. Due to this, new sea plants have also started growing there.

Other sea creatures have also started seeing the movement of fish. With this, scientists believe that only the sound signals can give new life to the rocks of the destroyed coral.


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