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[自然百科] 【整理】2008-05-08 Coral Reefs 岌岌可危的珊瑚礁

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The waves of these azure seas hide the abundant treasure. Below the waves, coral reefs provide a habitat for teeming life, a life of kaleidoscope of color. In oceans around the world, clear and well-circulating waters encourage corals to anchor and grow. Despite their plant or stone-like appearance, corals are actually animals. They come in many colorful forms and textures. Starting as tiny cylindrical polyps just a couple of millimeters in diameter, they grow about half an inch a year, and can become several feet in diameter. Corals form reefs as successive generations built on the skeletal remains of old generations. Reefs can be hundreds of feet wide, and stretch for miles. The greatest collection of reefs is located off the northeast coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef. This collection of reefs encompasses 135 thousands of square miles. Thousands of species of reef fish, mollusks, sea stars and other creatures inhabit coral reefs. The reef systems finely grottos offer refuge and feeding grounds for a variety of aquatic life . In spring, this Caribbean reef place host to the fanatic XX of fish. A male yellow head XX is left alone to tend fertilized eggs he carries in his mouth. He spits his mouth from time to time in order to aerate them over the 5-day gestation period. In this aquatic community, unusual relationships develop. A cleaning station thrives around this coral head, often patronized by the tiger grouper. Tiny XX fearlessly enter the tiger's mouth to feed on dead tissue and parasites. But just as this reef fosters its life, it can harbor danger. Looking on the fringes of this Caribbean reef, the barracuda is a fierce predator, equipped with razor sharp teeth. Although they do hunt in groups, sometimes adults branch out and prowl for food on their own. This small XX fish is a mere snap for this hungry barracuda. Coral reel has been evolving for about 500 million years, but these days they are under threat. Global warming, pollution, and over-fishing have contributed to their decline. Earnest efforts are under way to protect the world’s reefs and restore them. Artificial reefs created from sunken ships and other man-made objects have shown some short-term promise. But man’s impact on the environment continues to make the future of coral reefs uncertain

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The waves of this azure sea's hidden an abundant treasure, below the waves coral reefs provide the habitat for teeming life,a life with a kaleidoscope of color.

 

In oceans around the world,clear and well-circulating waters  encourage  corals to anchor and grow,despite their plant or stone like appearance,corals are actually animals. They come in many colorful forms and textures.


Starting as tiny cylindrical polyps just a couple of milimeters in diameter,they grow about a half / inch a year and can become several feet in diameter. Corals form reefs as successive generations built on the skeleton remains of older generations. Reefs can be hundreds of feet wide and stretch for miles.

 

The greatest collection of reefs is located off the northeast coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef. This collection of reefs encompassed 135,000 square miles.

 

Thousands of species of reef fish,mollusks, sea stars and other creatures inhabit coral reefs, the reef system's spiny grottos offer refuge and feeding grounds for a variety of aquatic life.

 

In spring this Caribbean reef plays host to the fanatic mating of fish,a male yellow head garfish is left alone to tender fertilized eggs he carries in his mouth. He spits them out from time to time in order to aerate them over the 5-day gestation period.

 

In this aquatic community unusual relationships develop. A cleaning station thrives around this coral head, often patronized by the tiger grouper. Tiny gobies fearlessly enter the tiger's mouth to feed on dead tissue and parasites,but just as the reef fosters life,it can harbor danger, lurking on the fringes of these Caribbean reef,the barracuda is a fierce predator,equipped with razor sharp teeth,although they do hunt in groups,sometimes adults branch out and plow for food on their own. This small ballyhoo fish is a mere snap for this hungry barracuda .

 

Coral reefs have been evolving for about 500 million years,but these days they are under threat,global warming,pollution and overfishing have contributed to their decline,earnest efforts are under way to protect the world's reefs and restore them. Artificial reefs created from sunken ships and other man-made objects have shown some short-term promise. But man's impact on the environment continues to make the future of coral reefs uncertain.


 

[ 本帖最后由 shanjason 于 2008-5-9 21:36 编辑 ]
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The waves of this azure sea's hidden an abundant treasure, below the waves coral reefs provide the habitat for teeming life,a life with a kaleidoscope of color. In oceans around the world,clear and well-circulating waters encourage corals to anchor and grow,despite their plant or stone like appearance,corals are actually animals. They come in many colorful forms and textures. Starting as tiny cylindrical polyps just a couple of milimeters in diameter,they grow about a half an inch a year and can become several feet in diameter. Corals form reefs as successive generations built on the skeleton remains of older generations. Reefs can be hundreds of feet wide and stretch for miles. The greatest collection of reefs is located off the northeast coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef. This collection of reefs encompasses 135,000 square miles. Thousands of species of reef fish,mollusks, sea stars and other creatures inhabit coral reefs, the reef system's spiny grottos offer refuge and feeding grounds for a variety of aquatic life. In spring this Caribbean reef plays host to the fanatic mating of fish,a male yellow head garfish is left alone to tender fertilized eggs he carries in his mouth. He spits them out from time to time in order to aerate them over the 5-day gestation period. In this aquatic community unusual relationships develop. A cleaning station thrives around this coral head, often patronized by the tiger grouper. Tiny gobies fearlessly enter the tiger's mouth to feed on dead tissue and parasites,but just as the reef fosters life,it can harbor danger, lurking on the fringes of these Caribbean reef,the barracuda is a fierce predator,equipped with razor sharp teeth,although they do hunt in groups,sometimes adults branch out and plow for food on their own. This small ballyhoo fish is a mere snap for this hungry barracuda . Coral reefs have been evolving for about 500 million years,but these days they are under threat,global warming,pollution and overfishing have contributed to their decline,earnest efforts are under way to protect the world's reefs and restore them. Artificial reefs created from sunken ships and other man-made objects have shown some short-term promise. But man's impact on the environment continues to make the future of coral reefs uncertain.

[ 本帖最后由 angel0404 于 2008-5-10 21:07 编辑 ]
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on shanjason:

 

The waves of these azure seas hide an abundant treasure. Below the waves, coral reefs provide a habitat for teeming life, a life with a kaleidoscope of color.

 

In oceans around the world, clear and well-circulating waters encourage corals to anchor and grow. Despite their plant or stone like appearance, corals are actually animals. They come in many colorful forms and textures.


Starting as tiny cylindrical polyps just a couple of
millimeters in diameter, they grow about / half an inch a year and can become several feet in diameter. Corals form reefs as successive generations build on the skeletal remains of older generations. Reefs can be hundreds of feet wide and stretch for miles.

 

The greatest collection of reefs is located off the northeast coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef. This collection of reefs encompasses 135,000 square miles.

 

Thousands of species of reef fishmollusks sea stars and other creatures inhabit coral reefs. The reef system's spiny grottos offer refuge and feeding grounds for a variety of aquatic life.

 

In spring, this Caribbean reef plays host to the fanatic mating of fish. A male yellow head garfish is left alone to tender fertilized eggs he carries in his mouth. He spits them out from time to time in order to aerate them over the 5-day gestation period.

 

In this aquatic community, unusual relationships develop. A cleaning station thrives around this coral head, often patronized by the tiger grouper. Tiny gobies fearlessly enter the tiger's mouth to feed on dead tissue and parasites. But just as the reef fosters life, it can harbor danger. Lurking on the fringes of this Caribbean reef, the barracuda is a fierce predator equipped with razor-sharp teeth. Although they do hunt in groups, sometimes adults branch off and prowl for food on their own. This small ballyhoo fish is a mere snack for this hungry barracuda.

 

Coral reefs have been evolving for about 500 million years, but these days they are under threat. Global warming, pollution and overfishing have contributed to their decline. Earnest efforts are under way to protect the world's reefs and restore them. Artificial reefs created from sunken ships and other man-made objects have shown some short-term promise. But man's impact on the environment continues to make the future of coral reefs uncertain.

 

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    The waves of these azure seas hide abundance treasure. Below the waves Coral reefs provide a habitat for tiny life. A life with a kaleidoscope of color.
   In oceans around the world,
clear and well circulated waters encourage corals to anchor and grow. Despite their plan or stone like appearance, corals are actually animals. They come on in many colorful forms and textures. Starting as tiny selinducal polips just a couple of millimeters
in diameter, they grow about a half and a year and can become several feet in diameter.
Coral's form reef a successive generation built on the skeletal remains of old generations. Reefs can be hundreds of feet wide, and stretch for miles. The greatest collection of reefs is located of the northeast coast of Australia. the great barrier reef. This collection of reefs in composed
of 135 thousand square miles.
   Thousands of
species of reef fish, mollusk seastar and other creatures inhabit coral reefs. The reef systems spiny grottos are for refuge and feeding grounds for variety of aquatic
life.
   In Spring this
Caribbean reef place host to the phonetic maiden fish. A male yellow head jewfish is left alone to tend the fertilized eggs it carries in his mouth. He spits them out from time to time in order to aerate
them over the five day just station career.
  In this
aquatic community unusual relationships developed. A cleaning station thrives around this coral head, often patronized by the tiger grouper.  Tiny gobies fiercely into the tiger's mouth to feed on dead tissue and parasites. But just as the reef foster life it can harbor danger. Looking on the fringe of this Caribbean reef. the barracuda is a fierce predator equipped with razor sharp teeth. Although they do hunt in groups. sometimes adults branch off and pried
for food on their own.
   The small
ballyhoo fish is near snack to this hungry barracuda. Coral reefs have been involving for about 500 million years. But these days they are under threat. Global warming, pollution and overfishing have contributed to their decline. Urgent efforts are under way  to pretect the world's reefs and restore them. Artificial reefs created from sunken ships and in other man made objects have shown some short term promise but mans impact on the environment continues to make the future of coral reefs uncertain.

 

[ 本帖最后由 angel0404 于 2008-5-11 19:09 编辑 ]

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The waves of these azure seas hide an abundant treasure. Below the waves, coral reefs provide a habitat for teeming life, a life with a kaleidoscope of color.

 

In oceans around the world, clear and well-circulating waters encourage corals to anchor and grow. Despite their plant or stone like appearance, corals are actually animals. They come in many colorful forms and textures.


Starting as tiny cylindrical
polyps just a couple of millimeters in diameter, they grow about half an inch a year and can become several feet in diameter. Corals form reefs as successive generations build on the skeletal remains of older generations. Reefs can be hundreds of feet wide and stretch for miles.

 

The greatest collection of reefs is located off the northeast coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef. This collection of reefs encompasses 135,000 square miles.

 

Thousands of species of reef fishmollusks sea stars and other creatures inhabit coral reefs. The reef system's spiny grottos offer refuge and feeding grounds for a variety of aquatic life.

 

In spring, this Caribbean reef plays host to the fanatic mating of fish. A male yellow head garfish is left alone to tend fertilized eggs he carries in his mouth. He spits them out from time to time in order to aerate them over the 5-day gestation period.

 

In this aquatic community, unusual relationships develop. A cleaning station thrives around this coral head, often patronized by the tiger grouper. Tiny gobies fearlessly enter the tiger's mouth to feed on dead tissue and parasites. But just as the reef fosters life, it can harbor danger. Lurking on the fringes of this Caribbean reef, the barracuda is a fierce predator equipped with razor-sharp teeth. Although they do hunt in groups, sometimes adults branch off and prowl for food on their own. This small ballyhoo fish is a mere snack for this hungry barracuda.

 

Coral reefs have been evolving for about 500 million years, but these days they are under threat. Global warming, pollution and overfishing have contributed to their decline. Earnest efforts are under way to protect the world's reefs and restore them. Artificial reefs created from sunken ships and other man-made objects have shown some short-term promise. But man's impact on the environment continues to make the future of coral reefs uncertain.

A male yellow head(ed)  jawfish is left alone to tend/  the   fertilized eggs he carries in his mouth. [ 本帖最后由 toyworld 于 2008-7-6 20:43 编辑 ]
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The waves of these azure seas hide an abundant treasure. Below the waves, coral reefs provide a habitat for teaming life, a life with a kaleidoscope of color.

In oceans around the world, clear and well circulating waters encourage corals to anchor and grow. Despite their plant or stone like appearance, corals are actually animals. They come in many colorful forms and textures.

Starting as tiny, cylindrical polyps, just a couple of millimeters in diameter, they grow about half an inch a year, and can become several feet in diameter. Corals form reefs as successive generations build on the skeleton remains of older generations. Reefs can be hundreds of feet wide and stretch for miles.

The greatest collection of reefs has located off the northeast coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef. This collection of reef encompasses 135,000 square miles.

Thousands of species of reef fish, mollusks, sea stars and other creatures inhabit coral reefs. The reef system’s spiny grottos offer refuge and feeding grounds for a variety of aquatic life.

In spring, this Caribbean reef place plays host to the fanatic mating fish. A male yellow head garfish is left alone to tender fertilized eggs he carries in his mouth. He spits them out from time to time in order to aerate them over the 5-day gestation period.

In this aquatic community, unusual relationships develop. A cleaning station thrives around this coral head, often patronized by the tiger grouper. Tiny gobies fearlessly enter the tiger’s mouth to feed on dead tissue and parasites. But just as the reef fosters life, it can harbor danger. Lurking on the fringes of this Caribbean reef, the barracuda is a fierce predator equipped with the razor sharp teeth. Although they do hunt in groups, sometimes adults branch off and prowl for food on their own. This small ballyhoo fish is a mere snack for this hungry barracuda.

Coral reefs have been evolving for about 500 hundred million years. But these days they are under threat. Global warming, pollution and overfishing have contributed to their decline. Ernest efforts are under way to protect the world’s reefs and restore them. Artificial reefs created from sunken ships and other man-made objects have shown some short-term promise. But man’s impact on the environment continues to make the future of coral reefs uncertain.
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