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Coral sanctuary discovered off Kenyan and Tanzanian coast
by Olivia Rosane
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16 December 2020
On 16 December 2020 Eco Watch reported:
Thousands of years ago, glacial runoff from Mount Kilimanjaro formed a deep basin off the coast of East Africa. Today, this oasis of deep, cool water provides coral reefs and marine life with a sanctuary from the rising temperatures of the climate crisis, allowing biodiversity to thrive. This unique refuge was discovered recently by scientists with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and described in Advances in Marine Biology.
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