Fish Help Reefs Rebound from Coral Bleaching
Source: ABC News Australia
August 29, 2011
"University researchers say corals in a part of the Great Barrier Reef off Queensland appear to be in better shape than reefs in the Caribbean.
University of Queensland Professor Peter Mumby says reef fish are helping to keep seaweed under control near Heron Island, off Gladstone in the state's central region, but the same is not happening in the Caribbean.
He says coral bleaching has affected both reefs but with different outcomes."
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