Seven Unbelievable Facts about Coral Reefs and Pollution

What are Coral Reefs?

Coral Reefs is a ridge of rock in the sea formed by the growth and deposit of coral

Seven facts about Coral Reefs

  1. Coral Reefs protect wildlife
  2. Coral needs sunlight to grow
  3. Large reefs are thousands of years old
  4. Coral reefs make the seabed stable
  5. They clean the water
  6. Reefs are important nesting grounds
  7. Algae on the reef is an animal

The Story of Coral Reefs

Coral reefs need perfect, clean water to endure, whenever dregs and different contamination enter the water, they cover coral reefs, speed the development of harming green growth, and lower water quality. Contamination can likewise make corals progressively vulnerable to ailment, obstruct coral development and propagation, and cause changes in sustenance structures on the reef.

In the Florida Keys, our far reaching watershed incorporates the majority of the waterways and streams that channel into Florida Bay, the Southwest Florida Shelf, the Gulf of Mexico, the Florida Straits, and the Atlantic Ocean. This implies contamination from as far away as the Mississippi Basin, or as close as your very own patio, can be entering the framework, fortunately, there are basic things that you can do to decrease the measure of contamination that inevitably make it to the Florida Keys waters

Did You Know?

The Mississippi River starts as a modest outlet stream from Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota. During a widening 2350-mile venture south to the Gulf Of Mexico, The Mississippi River is joined by several tributaries, including the Ohio and Missouri

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