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Coral Film

Coral Reefs: Nature’s Underwater Cities, a 12-minute long film, explores the rich diversity of creatures that live on coral reefs and the roles they play in taking care of each other and their environment.

Theater interior with stairs and clownfish in sea anemone on screen

Credit: Aquarium of the Pacific/Fahria Qader

Like humans in bustling cities, underwater coral reefs are also filled with color, life, and diverse populations. Coral Reefs: Nature’s Underwater Cities, a 12-minute long film, explores the rich diversity of creatures that live on coral reefs and the roles they play in taking care of each other and their environment. Four lively characters discuss the threats facing coral reefs, how humans are impacting these precious ecosystems, and the local and global efforts to protect these areas so that these rich underwater cities can continue to exist.

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