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Breakdown in spawning synchrony places corals at ‘risk of extinction’

Reef-building corals, which reproduce by broadcast spawning – simultaneously releasing eggs and sperm into open water in a mass synchronized event – could be at risk of extinction due to climate change and water pollution.

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