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Why are Coral Reefs Important to the Ecosystem?

Coral reefs are highly productive marine ecosystems that serve as a home to a great diversity of marine flora and fauna. It is an essential piece of a balanced ecosystem, which is a shame since they are among the most endangered individual biomes existing in our world today. These gorgeous undersea cities are home to thousands of individual organisms, including fish, crustaceans, corals, anemones, and microorganisms.

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Why are Coral Reefs Important to the Ecosystem?

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    Why Are Coral Reefs Important?

    Coral reefs are highly productive marine ecosystems that serve as a home to a great diversity of marine flora and fauna. Coral reefs are extremely …

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