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2014-09-14T18:15:39+08:00

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Corals don't technically move, they reproduce sexually, releasing eggs and sperm into the water, where baby corals are created before landing and settling.
when corals die, they leave behind the hard calcium structure that comprised their bodies, as the process is repeated over and over, the coral reefs expands and "moves". :)
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2014-09-15T14:24:32+08:00

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Corals dont have feet to move but they have the fastes growing eggs theyre eggs scatter on the reef and they cover a large area so we think that they can walk in water.

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Some corals are grass some are not but if you touch it it will DIE!