Living Coral Reef Found for the First Time in Greenland
Researchers have discovered the first ever cold-water coral reef in Greenland at a depth of nearly 3,000 feet below sea-level.
Scientists have found several species of coral in Greenland, but this is the first time that an actual reef has been found, according to a report in the International Council for the Exploration at Sea’s journal ICES Insight.
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