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Mass bleaching events at Great Barrier Reef this year kill more corals than ever before

Firstpost Tuesday, 29 November 2016
However, coral can recover if the water temperature drops and the algae are able to recolonise them.

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News video: Great Barrier Reef in devastating die-off

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Staghorn corals killed by coral bleaching on Bourke Reef, in the northern Great Barrier Reef. (CNN)Coral across Australia's Great Barrier Reef has suffered its most devastating die-off on record, a new report says In just nine months, bleaching caused by warmer water has killed around 67% of the...

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