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Follow the Coral Code
Remember don't destroy by sitting in
barrel sponges or doing the other destructive things listed below:-
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-Never stand, sit
or rest on living coral. Despite having hard skeletons, part or all of the colony may die from infection if the delicate outer
soft tissues are injured.
- If you are diving or snorkelling, and need to steady yourself, use your fingertips on bare
rock and leave your gloves behind.
- Don't touch, move or molest animals for amusement or photography.
- When in a
boat be watchful of reefs when anchoring. Polaroid sunglasses make it easier to pick out seabed features. Find a sand or rubble
patch and then drop anchor.