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Welcome to the Reef Rescue Foundation
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The Reef Rescue Foundation is dedicated to the "Rescue & Conservation of our existing Reefs", as well as the "Creation of New or sometimes called Artificial Reefs" around the World.

Here you will find information about us, our goals and projects.

Between 60% to 80% of the World’s Oxygen is created by our Oceans, so our Reefs are the support system of our own human habitat !

Please make a Donation, ANY amount helps - no matter how small !

Donate in US Dollars
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The Great Barrier Reef is the most extensive reef system in the world, it contains the world's largest collection of coral reefs, with 400 types of coral, 1,500 species of fish and 4,000 types of molluscs.

Please, sign up - become a Member !

Help us and together we can save our Oceans !


Your patronage will enable us to create new Reefs and also toraise awareness through education!

Both are most desperately needed to stem the tide of pollution and return our Oceans to a natural balance in the future.


By helping us, you are - quite literally helping yourself - as you are helping to save the very Air you need to breathe!

This website is under construction, as we are always adding content to improve it. So please check back often.

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                  Brown Tube Sponge
Agelas Sponge 2.5 feet long. Their built-in filtering mechanism is sophisticated enough to filter bacteria out of seawater, a factor which contributes to some degree to the excellent water visibility in the Caribbean. Brown tube sponges are home to various animals including cleaner gobies.
If you are interested in contributing information we should know about, or you feel is worth publishing on this site, please contact us - or simply submit this information and an explanation by “Clicking Here”.
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Aquarium Grown Reefs at the Geothermal Aquaculture Research Foundation.
The Geothermal Aquaculture Research Foundation is a Non Profit Organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge of reef keeping.

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