Discover our Dome shaped coral nurseries, and how they are efficient for fish habitats and reef restoration
A dome-shaped coral nursery
Metallic frames assembled in a dome shape is a commonly used substrate for reef restoration. One dome is about 2 meters wide, and can hold up to 30 corals of various species. It enables to reconnect patches of healthy reef together, which increases the resilience of the whole ecosystem.
A fish nursery
The metallic dome nursery reproduces the exact features of a natural coral reef. It provides space for small species to hide from predators, grow and get nutrients.
Here, a map puffer fish is hiding around the dome nursery. This type of puffer fish is classified as « endangered specie » on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.