ETH401699U

ETH401699U

Fast-growing staghorn coral fragments, Acropora sp., are being grown in hopes of replanting colonies in reef areas of the Caribbean Sea that have been damaged.

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September 05, 2018 12:04:04 AM
November 04, 2018 04:04:42 AM
Ethan Daniels
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AP Photo/Stocktrek Images
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6240 x 4160 7.89 MB
Biodiversity, Wildlife, Environment, Environment and nature, Coral reefs, Corals, Animals, Water environment, Agriculture and the environment, Climate
Atlantic Ocean, Belize, Caribbean, Caribbean Sea, Central America, Half Moon Caye, Lighthouse Reef, Turneffe Atoll, blue hole, caye, colorful, marine biology, ocean, underwater, horizontal, color image, day, outdoors, photography, no people, invertebrate, biodiversity, living organism, cultivating, in a row, aquafarming, aquatic, aquaculture, fishing industry, tropical climate, sea life, colony, Scleractinia, stony coral, anthozoa, cnidaria, coral reef, reef, coral, hard coral, growth, staghorn coral, Acropora, wilderness, water, sea, gorgonian, ecology
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