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A yellow sponge extruding from coral skeleton. Credit: Alice Webb

How sponges undermine coral reefs from within

An affected coral reef may seem intact on the outside, while on the inside looking like a complex of mining shafts with galleries and cavities that are completely filled with sponge tissue.  

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