When you support 1 Baby Coral Polyp, our partners will transplant 1 baby coral for you using the 'rockfell method', which means several polyps transplanted into one rock, where they will grow strong to serve as ocean protection and home to other marine creatures.
Before going back to the ocean, the baby coral rock can be labeled with your name or the name of a loved one.
Even though corals don't have a high rate of CO2 sequestration, they are essential to guarantee coastal protection and marine conservation. They are known as 'rainforests of the sea' because they are home to almost 25% of all known marine species. They are also natural coastal protectors because can minimize wave impacts from storms.