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Welcome to our Collection of Coral Frame Photographs

Here you can find details of our Reefscapers coral frames at Four Seasons Resorts Maldives – Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru. We hope to bring you updated photographs every 6 months or so, to enable you to follow the progress of your sponsored frame as the corals take hold and flourish.

Sponsor your very own dedicated coral frame using our online order form.

Thank you to all our sponsors for supporting our important coral reef propagation work

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  • Enter your name or email address or coral frame tag number into the search box and press “Submit“.
  • Thumbnail photos of your frame will appear – click one for a larger view, and scroll left/right to see how the corals are growing.
  • Click on the word “map” (when available) to see the location of your frame in the lagoon.
  • To see an example, simply type a tag # such as 1643 and press submit.
  • Sponsor your very own frame and receive an email when new photographs have been uploaded (approximately every 6 months).
  • No frames found ? For photographs from 2007-2016, please use our Coral Frame Archive and read about the devastating global coral bleaching event during March to May 2016, that affected many of our coral frames.

Enter your details below – New Collection (photographs from mid-2016 onwards).

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Mature Coral Frame (KH185)

Coral Frame # KH185 (Kuda Huraa) was transplanted in December 2008, and is pictured here in May 2011

Where would you like to go next ?

 For all photographs from 2007-2016, please visit our Coral Frame Archive.

Sponsor your very own dedicated coral frame using our online order form.

Our 2016 Coral Bleaching Report explains the seasonal effects of El Niño, with photos of the coral bleaching event (March to May 2016) and its aftermath, along with details of our efforts to regenerate the reefs.

You may also wish to visit Marine Savers for the latest news on turtle rescue & rehabilitation and Clownfish rearing in our Fish Lab, at our Marine Discovery Centres based at Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru.