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Elevated water temperatures from global warming or an El Nino can kill much of the coral, leaving behind only the 'bleached' white coral skeleton, Cocos Island, Pacific Ocean : Stock Photo

Elevated water temperatures from global warming or an El Nino can kill much of the coral, leaving behind only the 'bleached' white coral skeleton, Cocos Island, Pacific Ocean

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