Hardy Tioman reefs showing resilience

  • Nation
  • Monday, 10 Apr 2017

Colourful landscape: Scuba divers surveying the coral reefs at the Tioman island archipelago. The island still has at least 58 live coral cover (inset).

TIOMAN: Coral reefs at the Tioman island archipelago are showing incredible resilience in the face of warming seas and other threats, a survey by scuba divers found.

Tioman still displayed a total average of 58% live coral cover, with 50% of them hard corals and the rest, soft corals.

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