PAP: Esaki ta un video ku ta duna mas informashon tokante di sargassum na Korsou.
ENG: This is an informational video on the topic of sargassum seaweed on Curaçao.
NL: Deze video geeft uitleg over sargassum zeewier dat de baaien van Curacao binnenkomt.
Marine biologist: Javier Diaz - Stichting Uniek Curacao (https://www.facebook.com/uniekcuracao)
Video + edit: Shylverste Davelaar (https://www.instagram.com/shylverste)
Drone footage: Kevyn Cazaux (https://www.instagram.com/kevyn_cazaux)
Mas informashon / more information / meer informatie:
Stichting Uniek Curacao
Embark on a journey into the hidden world of coral reefs in this HD film exploring some of our planet’s most biodiverse—and critically threatened—ecosystems.
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Our planet is rapidly changing, and corals are dying worldwide. To counteract the decline of our oceans’ most valuable ecosystems, we develop sound scientific techniques and methods to restore coral reefs on larger scales. Each year, SECORE is rearing thousands of baby corals and we are working hard to do more! Each of these young corals is genetically unique and some may be capable of adapting to the conditions coral reefs are facing today. One day, if all goes well, our baby corals may grow into healthy adult coral colonies. Our short film, “Growing Corals”, takes you on a journey to experience what it takes to grow coral babies, to restore degraded reefs and to give corals around the globe a fighting chance to survive.
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A second, mysterious microbe has been found living inside corals worldwide. Scientists are beginning to reveal its unusual features and its evolutionary link to deadly parasites that cause diseases like malaria.
Link to full paper:
https://rdcu.be/buvVo (free read-only version)
Preprint version on BioRxiv:
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