In a healthy reef, coral symbionts make food for the coral animal. (Juergen Freund / Alamy )
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Scenes on Lighthouse Reef. Without international action this global biodiversity hot spot could be gone in just a few years. Image by by Justin Catanoso.
Line Bay surveys temperature-tolerant corals in the far northern Great Barrier Reef
Lyretail Anthias in Coral Reef, Pseudanthias squamipinnis, Osprey Reef, Coral Sea, Australia. '
An underwater photographer documents an expanse of dead coral at Lizard Island on Australia's Great Barrier
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coral bleaching off Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef
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Fully bleached and fluorescent bleached branching corals on the Great Barrier Reef, March 2017
An Acropora colony on Christmas Island, Kiribati, before and after bleaching that struck the reef in 2015 and 2016.
Caribbean reefs were perfect for studying how limiting the catch of seaweed-eating fish could help coral reefs recover. Photograph: Alamy
Bright coloured clown fish on the Great Barrier Reef.
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Coral bleaching seen at Loomis Reef, off Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef.
Variety of fish swimming in the Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia © Troy Mayne
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Fluorescing and bleaching corals in New Caledonia in March 2016 captured by The Ocean Agency/XL Catlin Seaview Survey. The Ocean Agency/XL Catlin Seaview ...
A coral reef being overgrown by algae. WaterFrame/Alamy Stock Photo
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Researcher Grace Frank completing bleaching surveys.
A diver on the Great Barrier Reef with a pair of Barrier Reef Anemonefish – cousins of the clown fish made famous in the film “Finding Nemo”.
Corals are bleached on a seabed near Okinawa island on Aug. 26, 2013.
The Great Barrier Reef is so large it can be seen from space, but large
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Bleached coral on the Great Barrier Reef. '
dying coral on the Great Barrier Reef. '
Bleached coral off the coast of northeastern Australia is the result of warming ocean temperatures.
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Another mass bleaching has affected vast areas of the Great Barrier Reef.
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A raccoon butterflyfish on a coral reef in Egypt's Red Sea. The vast majority of aquarium fish come from countries with known cyanide fishing problems.
Students from The Ohio State University enjoying helping with the seaweed removal.
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A scuba diver moves in the ocean over a row of bleached coral
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Coral breeding experiments at SeaSim, the world's most sophisticated aquarium.
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A diver takes part in a Florida Reef Resilience Program survey in the Middle Florida Keys. (Meaghan Johnson/The Nature Conservancy)
Coral bleaching at Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef, March 2016. Photo by the XL Catlin Seaview Survey, catlinseaviewsurvey.com
Scientists with Australia's ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies said on Monday, April 10, that they had recorded “severe coral bleaching across ...
A researcher swims by minor damage on Great Barrier Reef
Aerial view of bleached Kimberley reef (Steeve Comeau)
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Snorkeling amid the rubble of Lighthouse Reef. Image by by Justin Catanoso. Caribbean Sea, 2016.
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A rainbow parrotfish in the Caribbean. Photo: © Ken Marks
Giant brain coral and elkhorn coral on Lighthouse Reef. Image by by Justin Catanoso. Caribbean Sea, 2016.
'Zero recovery' for corals in back-to-back Great Barrier Reef bleaching
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