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(NPR)   It was walking dead but it's been resurrected, Coral   (npr.org) divider line
    More: Cool, Coral reef, author Enric Sala, healthy reef, Coral, marine ecologist Enric Ballesteros, island country of Kiribati, Ocean, coral's survival  
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2022-11-03 9:47:18 AM  
Good one subby

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2022-11-03 9:56:45 AM  
This headline is just the best.  It has everything.  Not only is that great news, but goddamn I never tired of that meme.
 
2022-11-03 10:34:01 AM  
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2022-11-03 11:07:22 AM  
If there are some corals living nearby, recolonization is likely.

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2022-11-03 12:04:42 PM  
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2022-11-03 12:05:52 PM  

swankywanky: Good one subby

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Do we post the "it's an older meme but it checks out" meme when someone posts the "It's an older meme but it checks out" meme?
 
2022-11-03 12:10:04 PM  

I hereby demand that I be given a Fark account: swankywanky: Good one subby

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Do we post the "it's an older meme but it checks out" meme when someone posts the "It's an older meme but it checks out" meme?


Oh great. You've just opened the parallax paradox. Why don't you just divide by zero while you're at it.
 
2022-11-03 12:17:22 PM  
So I guess science was wrong (again) when they said it was dead.
 
2022-11-03 1:06:28 PM  
I prefer Carol
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2022-11-03 6:08:38 PM  

Clash City Farker: So I guess science was wrong (again) when they said it was dead.


Well, when it's been reduced to only rock then it technically is dead. But it's still a perfect home for coral, and coral is likely to move back in very soon. Happens often. In this case, they think some of the area they were looking at even had some overlooked coral, so the neighbors moved in quickly.
 
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