Deep sea coral reproduction is much slower than shallow water corals


A study done at Tel Aviv University showed that deep sea corals reproduce much slower than shallow water corals. The study took 5 years, with 5 reproduction cycles. Deep sea corals were thought to be a lifeline for the dying reef in the shallow water, but the study showed this is not the case.


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