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Red coral: What is the future


Red coral gemstone are found under deep se water. On mohs scale hardness vary from 3 to 4. Red coral are deep blood type in color. Red coral are fragile in nature. Red coral are mainly found in tropical and sub-tropical area. Red coral are leads to positive power of Mars. Lets we will discuss the future of coral in PPT. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Red coral: What is the future

Red coral What is the Future
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Red coral gemstones are the blood-red in color,
and vary fragile in nature. Hardness vary from 3
to 4 on Mohs scale.
Red Coral A Valuable AssetFrom hundred of
years experts Transferring coral reefs into coral
gemstone. With such varied and mystical powers at
their command its no wonder that these corals
have been in high demand.
Red Coral in the Mediterranean- Coral are mainly
found in Mediterranean areas. From the 2007 US
and EU protect red coral throw Convention on
International Trade in Endangered species(CITES)
The Other Side of the Story- The coral harvest
was going down much of the coral being brought to
the surface was already dead, hence the poor
quality,  fragments broken off by dredging done
much earlier.
And, fishermen were not really fishing where they
said they were. Across the Pacific each time a
new source of coral was discovered multiple boats
came to harvest huge amounts of coral until the
coral was virtually wiped out and the harvest no
longer profitable.
Red Coral Is There a FutureA few small type of
coral around the Mediterranean sea cannot be
reproduce. The larger the coral, more it can
bereproduce. So there must be proper care
required for the better future of coral.
The fear is that without significant changes to
existing regulations the coral will not be able
to sustain current fishing pressure for much
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