It’s nothing short of a tragedy.
Each coral species has a distinct microbial population, researchers found.
The Great Barrier Reef’s future is bleak.
This is just adding more salt to the wound.
We might get more ‘exotic’ if we dial down on the ‘extinction’.
Pocillopora damicornis — one of the most abundant and widespread reef-building corals in the world — may help us better understand how anthozoans deal with stress.
Can we please call these things Star Destroyers? Please?
The overall situation is still very bleak, but there are a few very bright spots.
The Great Barrier Reef may be facing its worse threat yet.
The world’s largest coral system is dying, and it’s all our fault.
He says the shift away from coal and plastics is good news — but we also need more action.
This successful first trial might one day save the reef.
This hermit crab is no hobo.
And the world will be less without them.
Does this mean I have to pee in the pool now?
They don’t seem to be having a good time.
Kinda looks like the Sarlacc, doesn’t it? Well take your geek hat off cause it isn’t a sarlacc. Now put your paleontology geek hats on because this is Fossil Friday and we’re talking about Zaphrentis phrygia.
It’s a true “Wow!” moment.
If you’ve ever seen one up close you probably know that corals are insanely beautiful, but not exactly action packed — these animals live at their own pace, one so slow that to a human being they might seem frozen in time. But what would coral look like if it lived in ‘normal’ speed?