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Coral reefs shifting away from equator

The researchers found that the number of young corals on tropical reefs has declined by 85 percent—and doubled on subtropical reefs—during the last four decades. “Climate change seems to be redistributing coral reefs, the same way it is shifting many other marine species”. 


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