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3 common coral species could survive climate change better than once believed, scientists say

Three common coral species in Hawaii may be more resilient to rising ocean temperatures than once thought. Image: Francesco Ungaro/Unsplash

Cristen Hemingway Jaynes

Writer, Pegasus Publishing House

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