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In 2014, the previously bleached corals have recovered and are ready to either be transplanted back onto the reef or fragmented and used to expand the nursery. (NOAA)

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In 2014, the previously bleached corals have recovered and are ready to either be transplanted back onto the reef or fragmented and used to expand the nursery. (NOAA)

In 2014, the previously bleached corals have recovered and are ready to either be transplanted back onto the reef or fragmented and used to expand the nursery. (NOAA)

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