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We Keep You Covered In The Toughest Conditions
 

What do you stand for?

 
 
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Corals

are the most productive ecosystems on the planet.

They occupy less than 1% of the oceans’ floor, yet provide crucial habitat to 25% of marine life.

They absorb 90% of wave energy, protecting our shorelines from floods and hurricane damage.

Over tens of thousands of years, tiny coral polyps grow in colonies to form corals.

Hard coral forms reefs when many colonies of coral polyps secreting limestone skeletons grow together.

Because of this interwoven net, many young fish, shellfish, turtles, and millions of sea creatures rely on coral reefs for protection and habitat.

 
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 The Fight To Save Our Corals

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AND SAVE OUR SKIN

Created by high risk skin cancer specialist Dermatologist Edit Olasz Harken, MD, PhD, FAAD 

 

Learn more about oxybenzone and how it’s DESTROYING CORALS WORLDWIDE

Set on the beautiful beaches of Hawaii, Reefs At Risk explores the harmful effects some sunscreen chemicals have on coral reefs, marine life, and people. This timely film takes viewers underwater to explore the beautiful marine environment and follows those on land trying to protect it.
 

For more information on oxybenzone, go to savethecorals.club