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Scientists discover five new species of black corals living thousands of feet below the ocean surface near the Great Barrier Reef

By Jeremy Horowitz, Post-doctoral Fellow in Invertebrate Zoology, Smithsonian Institution
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Black corals provide critical habitat for many creatures that live in the dark, often barren, deep sea, and researchers are learning more about these rare corals with every dive.The Conversation


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