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Want to save the world’s coral reefs? Just listen to them, say scientists

Climate change is a threat to coral reefs. Image: Unsplash/Francesco Ungaro

Stefan Ellerbeck

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How coral reefs become bleached. Image: National Ocean Service

The Mars Coral Reef Rehabilitation Project’s signature 'coral spiders', which they use to create vast coral gardens.
Steel “reef stars” used off Indonesia to create coral gardens. Image: BBC Earth/Noel Janetski

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