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nnnnn beijing is doing more than rattling its neighbors with its massive island building project in the south china sea some scientists say it's also devastating frat child reefs home to endangered species reuters greg trout in hong kong has the story these are very important reefs for southeast asia and they sit in the middle of oceanic , one of the peculiarities of the spratly thrifts is because they're in dispute , it's a heavily militarized area that hasn't been the son , search that other areas of had one of the interesting things about the stories that china said quite a lot about what it's doing , and i've also spoken about environmental assessment cited after which they seemed decides to play equal balance on preservation , instruction their scientists who were very keen to get their hands on that assistant and they're very interested in that , i kill a fifty fifty formula , expressed as an equal split its fit a site is quite a bit of debate home behind , about whether that is in any way a meaningful split basically people want a lot more information what they saying and the imagery is pretty good is clearly alarming i'm , the same and and that the pace of china's development is alarming them as well it's a rapid , you talking about dozens and dozens of bridges , it is basically