Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
Recent Examples of coral from the Web
Between 6,000 and 14,000 tons of sunscreen are released onto coral reefs every year, a 2015 paper found.
Certain types of fishing now is prohibited across nearly 500 miles of coral reef in the Gulf of Mexico.
The decimation of the world’s coral reefs could double and triple the cost of coastal flooding and storm damages from the United States to the Philippines, a study published Monday in the journal Nature Communications found.
The incidents range from inadvertent damage to coral reefs to brazen pollution.
The fight to save the country's coral reefs continues.
Ocean heat waves are happening more frequently and lasting longer, too—a potential major threat to coral reefs and other marine organisms, according to new research.
And warmer tones like apricot, orange and coral are especially enchanting on brown skin.
Doubilet recently answered questions about his work while in French Polynesia, just before a mission to photograph sharks and coral at the Fakarava Atoll.
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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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