Billions of corals spawn on Australia's Great Barrier Reef 1

Billions of corals spawn on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

 

Scientists captured stunning video of Australia's Great Barrier Reef as it spawned in a colorful explosion on Nov. 23.

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4 comments

    1. The bleaching occurred in 2016, 2017 and 2020, and it’s caused by periods of high temperature called a marine heatwave. Doesn’t mean that it’s all bad, but it also doesn’t mean that it’s all better from here on out. We still got tons of plastic in the ocean, we still need to deal with heavy polluters

    2. @Robo Exactly right @Robo. And if ocean conditions are not suitable, the spawn will not attach and grow into coral colonies. “@Furious Stormrage” seems to be concluding that everything is fine now, nothing to see here, move along…

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