Reproduction of coral from the lagoons of Oceania. Coral is actually an animal of the Cnidaria phylum. Corals generally live in colonies composed of many individuals, called "polyps" constituting superorganisms. Each polyp secretes its own exoskeleton. Depending on the species, this exoskeleton can be hard or soft. Our collection of synthetic-material coral reproductions is handcrafted, skillfully copying the texture of live species, the majority of which are protected today.