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Corals use sound to "talk" to each other, new research says

Corals use sound to "talk" to each other, new research says

© Provided by Salon Coral A colorful scene of gorgonian giant sea fan and soft corals on a rock in a coral reefs Getty Images/Credit: Sirachai Arunrugstichai To the human eye, corals appear as colorful shrubs on the ocean floor that one might be tempted to pluck and put on a...

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