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When coral dies, tiny invertebrates boom. This could dramatically change the food web on the Great Barrier Reef

By Kate Fraser, Marine Ecologist, University of Tasmania
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Just because coral is dying, doesn't mean marine life in reefs will end. New research found dead coral hosted 100 times more microscopic invertebrates than healthy coral.

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