A number of the last surviving corals have been found in the deep sea trenches in the pacific. In order to save the near-extinct species, Coral Incubator is deployed with the mission to harvest, incubate and repopulate them. The main research station, a submersible unit, extracts and fertilize the gametes from the coral at the bottom of the trench and redistribute them to the dispenser pods that are positioned within the trench crevices. From the pods, divers transfer and plant the fertilized coral larva onto the crevice surface in the form of artificial eggs where their growth will be protected and closely monitored. Upon maturation, the young corals will be harvested and repopulated into other parts of the oceans.