English sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has made a submerged greenhouse on the seabed off the Australian shore as a new habitat for marine life.

Made as a main element for the Museum of Underwater Art, the Coral Greenhouse sits in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park on the John Brewer Reef. It is found 50 miles from Townsville, a seaside city in the Australian territory of Queensland.

DeCaires Taylor created sculptures loaded up with gardening devices, which are each intended to be a shelter for various types of marine life.

Small fishes can get away from predators by stowing away in the holes of the gridded components, along with small niches for octopuses and sea urchins to settle in.

The towering beams of the Coral Greenhouse are intended to be a helpful spot for fishes to take shelter and find nutrition.