Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
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Explore the world The NPR podcast Wow in the World will educate kids in a fun way about science topics, such as the bleaching of coral reefs and why horses have hooves.
His work took him around the world from the polar seas to the great coral reefs.
The report also highlighted global heat waves, an extreme occurence of El Niño and bleaching of coral reefs.
If the warm water temperatures persist, many corals can die off, with dire consequences for the marine ecosystems that depend on them.
Savoca also didn't expect corals to prefer plastic.
If given ten to 15 years and stabilizing conditions, corals heal.
Like fish or humans, corals take in oxygen and emit carbon dioxide through a process of respiration.
The blockade has put on hold some grants with Egypt, UAE, and Saudi Arabia in fields from solid state physics to coral reefs sponsored by the Qatar National Research Fund.
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Origin and Etymology of coral
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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