External link to Why Should We Conserve Our Coral Reefs Before Its Too Late?
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Why Should We Conserve Our Coral Reefs Before Its Too Late? The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s latest report warns that half of the coral reefs could disappear by 2045. Coral reefs are diverse ecosystems that support different kinds of fish species and other organisms under the sea. They are home to as many as 150,000 species in any given coral reef (Harris 1060). […]
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The Blue Plan et on coral reefs. Coral reefs are specialist species because they can only develop in shallow war m tropical water. Corals develop in shallow water because they depend on algae for oxygen an d algae requires direct sunlight. Because Coral reefs are specialist species, spacing is very II emitted and can be very competitive. Coral reefs biological community carries both introspecting c […]
The most biodiverse form of habitat in the oceans is the spectacular reefs made from corals. Their existence enhances the survival of thousands of other living organisms in the oceanic environment. Most of these organisms are used by deities as food. The reef-building corals also referred to as the hard corals have a stone like structure made up of calcium carbonate, a composition of minerals […]