Skeleton walls at secondary school
Last Wednesday we visited the Perani Secondary school near Lunga Lunga to teach 150 students about coral reefs and the importance to preserving them. Since we couldn't bring all these students down into the underwater world, we decided to bring the underwater world to them. They explored the different phases of coral reef restoration via a 360º image of our coral reef restoration project in Shimoni. Here they discovered that sharks live on healthy reefs and that we find a lot of juvenile fish in our coral nurseries. In the end the students learned that the walls of their school were actually made of skeletons, the remnants of ancient coral reefs. Now every time they're entering the building we're sure that they'll think about corals!