Six miles off the coast of Key West lies an ancient reef. Nearly 10,000 years old, the Florida Reef is one of the largest reefs on the planet. Now, aquarists at the National Aquarium are helping in the race to save it.
Humans breathe by inhaling and exhaling. For sharks, it is a little more complicated.
A second southern stingray was recently added to Atlantic Coral Reef!
They may not be as colorful or well-known, but the Chesapeake Bay has its own version of tropical coral reefs—oyster reefs!
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