There's been some potential relief for conservationists in the wake of an oil spill off the coast of Mauritius.
A team of Japanese experts found that coral reefs in the area were healthy and remained unaffected.
Video released on Sunday evening (August 23) from the area shows the current condition of the reef.
The Japanese ship struck a coral reef on Mauritius's southeast coast last month and later began leaking oil.
Two of the ship's officers were since arrested on charges of endangering safe navigation.
Several species of wildlife on the reef were left at risk from the spill.
They including clownfish living in coral reefs, mangroves systems and the critically endangered Pink Pigeon which is endemic to the island.