Corals grow in patterns, even if we can’t always see them – Popular Science

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Clusters seem to be dictated by the ways in which different corals grow and reproduce, Edwards says. The species that clustered most tightly tended to be ones that break apart easily, like staghorn coral. When a chunk is dislodged, it can fall nearby

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