Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
Recent Examples of coral from the Web
The first study notes that heat waves over the ocean have become longer and more frequent over the last century, harming marine life and coral reefs.
Some souvenir products to avoid in the Caribbean include anything made from sea turtle shells, protected leather, like crocodiles, and coral.
Tropical vacationers know well that the coral reefs of the Caribbean are home to hundreds upon hundreds of unique and gorgeous fish species.
Scientists took SoFi for six test runs in coral reefs around the Pacific island of Fiji.
The SoFi, on the other hand, is soft and small—18.5 inches in length—and darts around other fish and coral reefs without kicking up a fuss.
Other studies have also indicated dispersants are toxic to wildlife, including fish, crabs and deep-sea coral.
Our mission was to study the remote coral reefs of the Pacific.
Jade Mountain, a luxury resort in St. Lucia, boasts private infinity pools, coral reefs, and personal butlers for each guest.
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CORAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coral for English Language Learners
: a hard material formed on the bottom of the sea by the skeletons of small creatures
: an orange pink color
CORAL Defined for Kids
Definition of coral for Students
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