Average Precipitation of a Coral Reef?

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There's no actual precipitation of a coral reef because the coral dwells underwater so the rain or snow would not be able to reach it. Coral reefs are underwater structures that are made from limestone that is deposited by living organisms known as coral polyps.
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there isn't actually any precipitation becouse the coral is already in the water so the rain or snow would not be able to reach.
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Coral reefs are mostly in tropical and semitropical areas w/ water
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Coral reefs are underwater ecosystems, they don't get any rainfall.
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The coral reefs are located in the Great Barrier Reef Climate. Rainfall averages about 80 inches per year in the Great Barrier Reef climate. The heaviest month of rainfall is February
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