The extensive reef stretches 600 miles along the Brazil–French Guiana border. Continue reading →
Giant sponges, corals, spiny lobsters and fish abound at a newly discovered reef ecosystem at the mouth of the Amazon River.
Viruses may play a role in coral bleaching events, a new study finds. Continue reading →
The initiative sparks fears that companies could potentially use such investments to hide poor green credentials.
New examination of data shows that the impacts of climate change on Caribbean corals may be worse than expected. Continue reading →
A compound commonly found in the 14,000 tons of sunscreen that enter reefs annually is detrimental to coral health, research shows. Continue reading →
Sponges are using toxins, mucus, shading and smothering to kill and then take over coral colonies in areas that have been over-fished, finds a new study.
Scientists found plastic deep inside the coral and worried the substance could hurt the creature's ability to digest normal food.
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