Overall, the world of Fish-Eat-Fish is a complex and interconnected system of marine life. Each level depends on the level below it for survival. Understanding and protecting this ecosystem is crucial for the health of our oceans and the survival of numerous species.
Coral reefs are among the most biologically diverse and valuable ecosystems on Earth. An estimated 25 percent of all marine life, including over 4,000 species of fish, are dependent on coral reefs for habitat at some point in their life cycle.
The Celebration Reef Projects design has a habitat for all levels of the food chain. When you see it, it will be like swimming around a huge aquarium without glass. It is the way the materials are situated as well as the variety of heights and holes throughout the project that ensures dramatic marine life development.