Chagos Brain Coral, Ctenella chagius, rediscovered on the edge of existence

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A coral that was previously thought to be extinct has been rediscovered in the Chagos Archipelago. The Chagos Brain Coral, Ctenella chagius, is endemic to the Chagos islands in the Indian Ocean. It belongs to a monotypic genus within Meandrinidae, a stony coral family that is characterized by having meandering valleys containing evenly spaced corallites.…
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