Habitat Loss And How We Can Help
The coral reefs are where many sea creatures live and what many people use to make a living. Sadly coral reefs are dieing out. You'd think since the frogfish's habitat is endangered that it is too but actually it's not. So why are coral reefs dieing out, well there are many reasons. One of the ways they die is because of physical contact made by: boats, recreational activities (like surfing), anchors and blast fishing (using dynamite to kill a school of fish). They also die because of sewage from drains, fertilizers, oil leeks and other types of chemical pollution. So if you want to save reefs here are some tips so they can grow back: don't touch or break coral, if your near a reef don't boat through it or do any recreational activities and use oraganic fertilizers. But sometimes. But sometimes coral reefs fully die so when this happens humans make artifical ones. They do this by sinking down old ships, boats tanks, aircraft carriers and train cars so new coral can attach themselves to create a new ecosystem.