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Coral reef

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Coral reefs are diverse underwater ecosystems held together by calcium carbonate structures secreted by corals. Coral reefs are built by colonies of tiny animals ...

Coral Reef | Basic Facts About Coral Reefs | Defenders of Wildlife

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Coral reefs are some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, housing tens of thousands of marine species. About one-third of all marine fish species live ...

NOAA CoRIS - What are Coral Reefs

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Dec 16, 2014 ... Coral reefs are unique (e.g., the largest structures on earth of biological origin) and ... Stony corals (scleractinians) make up the largest order of ...

Corals and Coral Reefs | Smithsonian Ocean Portal

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Coral reefs are the most diverse of all marine ecosystems. They teem with life, with perhaps one quarter of all ocean species depending on reefs for food and ...

What Are Coral Reefs? | Coral Facts - Live Science

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Oct 8, 2013 ... Coral reefs are large underwater structures composed of the skeletons of coral, which are marine invertebrate animals.

Coral Reefs

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Coral reefs are the most diverse and beautiful of all marine habitats. Large wave resistant structures have accumulated from the slow growth of corals.

Coral reefs | WWF

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Conservation of ocean environments, seas, coasts, the coral reefs and their magnicient diversity of marine animals and plants.

Coral Reef Facts and Information

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Facts and information about coral reefs; including reef structure, marine life, and distribution.

Corals, Coral Pictures, Coral Facts - National Geographic

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Coral organisms, called polyps, can live on their own, but are primarily associated with the spectacularly diverse limestone communities, or reefs, they construct.

Coral Reef - Kids Do Ecology

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LOCATION: Coral reefs are generally found in clear, tropical oceans. Coral reefs form in waters from the surface to about 150 feet (45 meters) deep because ...

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Coral reefs are underwater structures formed from the calcium carbonate secreted by corals.