The LarvalBot is a briefcase-sized underwater drone in a world first, a small robot deployed to thousands of baby coral in a mass repopulation project for the Great Barrier Reef in Australia heat-resistant coral larvae
In a bid to protect the marine life from climate change, the coral larvae have become tolerant of warm waters. Scientists want to see the larvae grows properly – and if it proves to be successful, researchers are planning to develop the LarvalBot so that it can deploy millions more to coral larvae in the future.
LarvalBots that wants to be able to repopulate coral reefs around the world. [1
" With further resea It has not been possible until now, "he added. 2019.
( WATCH the video below) – "We'll be watching the progress of our baby's coral over the coming months and working to refine both the technology and the technique." Photo by Gary Cranitch / Queensland Museum / Great Barrier Reef Foundation
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