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Some coral species are adapting to warmer waters

While this partially-bleached coral isn't handling warm water too well, new research has found that some ...

Rising ocean temperatures are wreaking havoc on the organisms that live there, and one only needs to look to Coral reefs to see the extent of the damage. Severe coral bleaching events could become increasingly regular, but a new study has revealed a glimmer of hope. Some species of coral – but by no means, all of them – appear to be adapting to the warming waters, with researchers finding less bleached coral in a 2016 event than under similar circumstances in 1998.

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Category: Environment

  • Conservation
  • Coral Bleaching
  • Kenya
  • Marine Biology
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