November 22, 2022

The Red Sea’s Coral Reefs Defy the Climate-Change Odds – By Jenny Gross and Vivian Yee

Corals in the waters of the Ras Mohammed National Park in the Red Sea near Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, home to one of the only reefs in the world that can tolerate heat.
Corals in the waters of the Ras Mohammed National Park in the Red Sea near Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, home to one of the only reefs in the world that can tolerate heat.
Image Copyright : Sima Diab for The New York Times

As warming waters devastate coral around the world, the sea’s stunningly colorful reefs have been remarkably resilient. But pollution, mass tourism and overfishing put them at risk.
Coral,Reefs,Global Warming,Conservation of Resources,Water Pollution,Red Sea,Sharm el Sheikh (Egypt),Egypt
Author : By Jenny Gross and Vivian Yee
Publish : 2022-11-19T11:53:05-05:00

Tags : #Top Stories #World Headline News

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