Scientists in Australia are trying to help me.
"IVF for the Great Barrier Reef" dubbed "IVF for the Great Barrier Reef".
The tiny corals will be blown away.
Professor Peter Harrison, from the Southern Cross University in New South Wales, called the Great Larry.
She said, "We're building a spawn catchers floating off the coast of Cairns, near Moore Reef."
"Our team will be restoring hundreds of square meters with the future, a scale not attempted before."
The annual coral spawning has been reported by the waters of Cairns, Northern Queensland.
Rising sea temperatures have been lost.
Professor Harrison said their aim was to prevent the damage from bleaching in 2016 and 2017.
"On the Great Barrier Reef, we've lost more than half of the corals."
Corpulent [won’t be produced]. "
The team behind the project hope the reseeding can help reverse the trend.
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