Conservation Travel

Borneo from Below Episode 11: Corals in Crisis


Bertie travels to Pom Pom Island to see how one organization is fighting back against coral threats.

Coral reefs are vitally important to our planet. Despite only covering 0.1 percent of the Earth’s surface, they provide a home for around 25 percent of all marine organisms. Sadly, however, many of the reefs worldwide are under threat. In episode 11 of Borneo from Below, Bertie travels to Pom Pom Island to see how one organization is fighting back. While there, the team may even stumble across an undiscovered species…

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