With increasing damage being done to the world’s coral reefs much attention is being focused on how to promote regeneration. Sometimes the ecosystem simply can’t wait for nature to take its course, and so artificial reefs or an Underwater Museum is build.

Artificial reefs can be created from sunken ships, cargo containers, vehicles, as well as made from concrete and sand. By far, the most unique implementation has come from the hands of English sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor, who has built entire underwater museums of sculptures in the crystalline waters off the shores of Cancun, Mexico, and Grenada, West Indies.

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