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A new study shows that bleached corals bounce back to normal growth rates more quickly when they have clean water and plentiful sea life at their side
Experts say that more than half of the world's coral reefs could disappear in the next 50 years, in large part because of higher ocean temperatures caused by climate change.
Over two hundred million humans depend for their subsistence on the fact that coral has an addiction to â€˜junk foodâ€™ - and orders its partners, the symbiotic algae, to make it.
A bout of coral bleaching hitting Australia's Great Barrier Reef could be as bad as an episode in 2001-2002 that affected 60 percent of the reef, scientists warned Tuesday.
Unusually warm waters are bleaching coral reefs throughout the Caribbean, raising fears of a die-off of the important organisms, scientists and environmentalists said Wednesday.
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