A California company has developed a “sand sand” to make into an artificially coral reef.
The sand, which is about 100 times more durable than a normal sand, can be used to create reefs that will survive extreme temperatures, as well as to protect the surrounding ecosystem.
The company called Reef Life Sciences is building an artificial reef out of sand that it has dubbed the “sand playground” and says it can be submerged to an depth of more than 2 meters.
This sand can be turned into a “swimming bath,” where it can soak into the water, where it will be exposed to UV light.
When it comes to creating artificial reefs, Reef Life has focused on sand that is hard, flexible, and not easily crushed, according to the company’s website.
This means it can withstand water temperatures up to 464 degrees Fahrenheit (100 degrees Celsius), which is more than 50 times hotter than a typical sand.
The sand can also be turned to form a natural reef, which can be raised up to 50 meters (164 feet) above sea level.
In a typical artificial reef, the sand is made up of multiple layers, and the sand can act as a sponge, according the company.
However, this type of artificial reef is only a few hundred meters (yards) wide.
When Reef Life started, it took around five years to build, according a company blog.
The reef was built using sand mined in Costa Rica.
The company has not yet released the actual amount of sand it has used, but it is estimated to be a few cubic meters.
However, if you are interested in learning more about the technology, you can visit Reef Life’s website or sign up to receive updates.