Emma Hartswick. Adaptations in coral reefs. http://www.gefcoral.org/Portals/25/targeted_research/Jord%C3%A1n-Garza%20Photo%201.%20Counting%20corals_web5.jpg. What are coral reefs?. Coral reefs form because of polyps, which are soft bodied organisms related to anemone and jellyfish
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Adaptations in coral reefs
There are many types of adaptations that aid organisms in survival, but those most common in reefs are
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Intricate shell design prized by collectors.
“tooth” can reach any part of shell, making it unsafe to pick up.
Both forms of sexual reproduction increase Coral diversity and thus, the survival of the species