Singapore’s largest reef structure installed

Singapore’s largest man-made reef structure being installed in the waters off Small Sister’s Island yesterday. This 10m-high structure will form a three-storey ”terraced house” upon which corals may take root and grow, and double as a new home for other forms of marine life, said Speaker of Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin, who witnessed the structure’s installation. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN Man-made reef in waters off Small Sister’s Island will boost marine conservation efforts In an effort to preserve Singapore’s marine biodiversity, the Republic’s largest man-made reef structure to date was installed…

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