Florida Aquarium successfully breed endangered Elkhorn coral

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Scientists at the Florida Aquarium have for the first time, successfully captive-bred The Elkhorn Coral, Acropora palmata. Elkhorn is an endangered species that was once found all over the shallow waters of the Caribbean but now there are thought to be fewer than 300 remaining in the Florida Reef Tract. A. palmata is the 14th…

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