The Ocean

What happens if all the coral reefs die?

Although only 1% of the ocean floor is covered by coral reef, some 25% of fish species spend at least some part of their life cycle there Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Kevin Loria

Writer, Business Insider

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Reefs at risk between now and 2050. Image: World Resources Institute

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