The Coral Feeder
Corals have a limestone skeleton, it forms itself thanks to the calcium of the water.
To feed themselves, corals have tentacles to catch plankton/zooxanthellae. Coral reefs are a shelter where fish can live and breed.
Corals fix CO2 contained in water and produces oxygen which fish need. It’s considered the lungs of the ocean ! Coral is an animal that builds reefs which provide natural protection for the coast.
The CORAL FEEDER is a ceramic structure placed near coral reefs. Small pieces of corals will grow on top, bringing back fish and life to coral areas. People can feed the corals, which promotes awareness.
Quitterie Renard, Julian Coiffard