Life Spans of Marine Life in the Great Barrier Reef — Smarter Every Day Infographic http://smartereveryday.tumblr.com/ 25% of all Marine life in our oceans live on coral reefs. — The Catlin Seaview Survey http://catlinseaviewsurvey.com/gallery

Life Spans of Marine Life in the Great Barrier Reef — Smarter Every Day Infographic http://smartereveryday.tumblr.com/ 25% of all Marine life in our oceans live on coral reefs. — The Catlin Seaview Survey http://catlinseaviewsurvey.com/gallery

Nudibranchs - Underwater photography of seahorses, sea dragons, clownfish, coral reefs, fish & invertebrates by David Hall

Nudibranchs - Underwater photography of seahorses, sea dragons, clownfish, coral reefs, fish & invertebrates by David Hall

FREE Unit Study and Lapbook for Coral Reef  http://www.freehomeschooldeals.com/free-coral-reef-unit-study-and-lapbook/

FREE Unit Study and Lapbook for Coral Reef http://www.freehomeschooldeals.com/free-coral-reef-unit-study-and-lapbook/

FREE Coral Reef Animal Study & Lapbook {Not a fan of lapbooks, but would probably be fun for kids}

FREE Coral Reef Animal Study & Lapbook {Not a fan of lapbooks, but would probably be fun for kids}

Bubble Coral - Focus On the Positive: The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation www.mosfoundation.org

Bubble Coral - Focus On the Positive: The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation www.mosfoundation.org

Living Coral /Open brain corals, Trachyphyllia geoffroyi, are just one of thousands of classifications of coral. They are named as such due to their resemblance to an inverted animal brain as seen by the human eye. As the name  suggests, the open brain corals are related to the many other species of brain corals found in shallow warm-water coral reefs in all the world's oceans. The different specific sub-species come in an array of colors ranging from opaque, blue, green, red, pink and…

Living Coral /Open brain corals, Trachyphyllia geoffroyi, are just one of thousands of classifications of coral. They are named as such due to their resemblance to an inverted animal brain as seen by the human eye. As the name suggests, the open brain corals are related to the many other species of brain corals found in shallow warm-water coral reefs in all the world's oceans. The different specific sub-species come in an array of colors ranging from opaque, blue, green, red, pink and…

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