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'Spiderwebs' to the rescue for Indonesia's coral reefs
by Agustinus Wijayanto and Warief Djajanto Basorie
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9 August 2022
On 9 August 2022 Mongabay reported:
Ultra-strong fibers, multi-legged robots, pain relievers -- all are human innovations inspired by spiders. Now, conservationists in Indonesia are rehabilitating coral reefs using what's known as the coral spider technique. The method is a type of reef restoration project involving the installation of man-made 'spiderwebs' onto which new corals are grafted.
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