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Pollution in Guánica Bay Poses Toxic Threat To Corals

A new study by the NOAA has recently found that the pollutants in the sediments of Guánica Bay, Puerto Rico when measured were in the category of the highest concentration of PCBs, chlordane, chromium and nickel. They have announced that this is the highest level of pollution to have ever been found in the history of NOAA’s National Status &… [Read More]

Our Favorite New Species of Corals in 2013

        2013 was the year when we saw a few new species of corals being defined. Some made quite an impression with their uniqueness while the others were found to be too closely related to the already known species to be recognized that easily. Though we are not that they will make it to the aquarium trade… [Read More]

Resembling Corals Differs in How They Adjust to Changes

The intensifying temperature of water is creating problems for coral reefs around the world but there is good news too. A recent study showed that similar looking corals differ in how they adjust to various climate changes. “We’ve found that previously unrecognized species diversity was hiding some corals’ ability to respond to climate change,” said Iliana Baums, associate professor of… [Read More]

Stanford Drones Open Way to New World of Coral Research

Scientific researches and advancements have led to new ways to digging out undiscovered corals yet there are areas unexplored where the oldest of corals dwells. Scientists still know comparatively modest about the world’s biggest corals, where they are and how long they have lived. These mysteries are soon to be unlocked with the help of a shoebox-size flying robot. The… [Read More]

Reasoning soft Corals’ Unique Pulsating Motion

[google_adsense_in_post] Scientists from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have recently researched why Heteroxenia corals pulsate. Their work, which answered an old scientific mystery, appears in the current issue of PNAS. One of the most charming sights in the coral reef of Eilat is the continuous motion of the tentacles of a coral called Heteroxenia…. [Read More]

Photosynthetic Gorgonians

[google_adsense_in_post] Choosing new and interesting corals for reef aquarium is always the best thing a reef aquarist is looking forward to do. While all other corals that attract our attention are adapted for keeping at home, gorgonians are often ignored. In the wild they are an essential part of the milieu as they filter water, provide refuge for fish, crinoids,… [Read More]

Survival of Corals in the Hottest Reefs

[google_adsense_in_post] A large species of corals are known to be under the threat of extinction with primary cause being global warming and overheating of sea temperature above high. Efforts are being made to help them survive and stay preserved in the years to come when temperature is predicted to rise even higher. However, amid all this a new study has… [Read More]

What’s Worse or Corals Heat or Cold?

[google_adsense_in_post] For the extinction of coral reefs, climate changes are the reason we all know. Measures are being taken o preserve them as far possible. But a recent study by in the coast of Western Australia by Justin Billis took the efforts to find out whether extreme heat or extreme cold was more injurious to corals. In both the cases… [Read More]

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