[Coral-List] couple more articles on the Amazon reefs in the press

Charles Delbeek cdelbeek at calacademy.org
Mon Apr 25 19:59:56 EDT 2016

Since when is a known reef that has been written about on a couple of
occasions since 1977 a "discovery"?

Sent by my digital assistant, please excuse it's typos.

On Apr 25, 2016, at 8:47 PM, Douglas Fenner <douglasfennertassi at gmail.com>

The Atlantic story gives a bit more background:

Scientists have discovered a 600 mile coral reef


Unique coral reef ecosystem discovered in the Amazon river


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