Into The Wild

Corals with Rosie Steinberg

December 7, 2020

We all know what Corals are & we all know what they do but do we REALLY know? I certainly didn't, it turns out, but with the help of this week's guest, marine coral scientist & PhD student Rosie Steinberg, I now know so much more & approximately 40 minutes time, so will you.

We dived into the world of Corals learning how they develop, the relationships they have with other animals & organisms & the wonderful things they do that pretty much help the entire planet.

You'll definitely come away with a new found love & huge respect for these weird & delicate creatures.

The links with more information about the organisations that Rosie speaks about in this episode, can be found below:

Reef Restoration & Adaptation Program from James Cook University: https://www.aims.gov.au/research/reef-recovery/RRAP#:~:text=RRAP%20brings%20together%20some%20of,is%20decided%20action%20is%20needed.

Fragments of Hope in Belize:
Hope for Reefs through the California Academy of Sciences:

If you'd like to keep up to date with the projects & work Rosie is working on, you can do so on Instagram & Twitter @RosieRiots.

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