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AIMR Playing “Frying Bacon” Sounds to Combat Coral Climate Damage

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Scientists working to save coral reefs from climate change are testing whether underwater speakers continuously playing reef mood music, mostly the sound of predatory shrimp attacking prey, can attract more fish.

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