Dislodged corals found throughout the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary after Hurricane Irma may still continue to grow where they landed. Authorized dive teams are doing some mitigation work where possible along the coral reef.
Dislodged corals found throughout the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary after Hurricane Irma may still continue to grow where they landed. Authorized dive teams are doing some mitigation work where possible along the coral reef. Steve Gittings NOAA
Dislodged corals found throughout the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary after Hurricane Irma may still continue to grow where they landed. Authorized dive teams are doing some mitigation work where possible along the coral reef. Steve Gittings NOAA

Sanctuary: Reef bruised but not destroyed

October 25, 2017 09:42 AM

UPDATED October 25, 2017 09:42 AM

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