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'Super corals' give glimmer of hope for world's dying reefs
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'Super corals' give glimmer of hope for world's dying reefs

Hawaiian "super corals" that have recovered despite living in warm and acidic water offer a glimmer of hope that dying reefs across the world could be saved, a new study says.

Scientists use “super sucker” vacuum to help save Hawaii’s coral reefs
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Scientists use “super sucker” vacuum to help save Hawaii’s coral reefs

Researchers at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology and the state's Division of Aquatic Resources have come up with a new method to remove invasive algae that can smother coral reefs: using an underwater vacuum in conjunction with sea urchins.

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