An anchor in reef restoration is a device that is used to secure artificial reefs to the seabed. This is important because artificial reefs can be heavy and susceptible to movement by currents and waves. Anchors help to prevent artificial reefs from shifting or sinking, which would damage the reef and disrupt the marine life that has colonized it.
Anchors are made from the same concrete as Reef Balls and are designed in a pyramid shape with a flat top to encourage burial with wave action.
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