Reef buds attract more fish species to Boracay
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Various species of fish are now attracted to Boracay Island's water becuase of the reef bud technology originally developed by Austrian geoscientist Harald Kremnitz. Kremnitz entrusted the technology to his long time friend and associate Benjie Tayag. Tyag said the reef bud technology was originally made of European materials but it now uses locally natural and organic materials for economic reasons.
Aguirre, J. N. (2013, February 19). Reef buds attract more fish species to Boracay. Panay News, p. 2.
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