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Artificial rockpools successfully attract sea creatures

Artificial rockpools in Bournemouth and the isle of wight have successfully attracted sea creatures which have made them their home. Scientists have hailed the discovery saying the false crevices can be added to sea defences and other human made coastline developments to create habitats for sealife. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/may/11/artificial-rockpools-bournemouth-isle-of-wight-sea-creatures

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  • Peter Karanga

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    Yes, artificial rockpools can successfully attract sea creatures, both in the wild and in aquariums. Artificial rockpools provide a safe home for marine species, protecting them from predators and offering a stable environment for them to thrive in. Additionally, the rockpools are often designed to be attractive and natural-looking, which plays a big part in encouraging sea creatures to inhabit them.

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    • Joseph Githinji

      58 w

      Great to support sea life.

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