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Scientists discovered a 600-Mile Coral Reef at the mouth of the Amazon

A world crew of researchers has found a 1,000-km (600-mile) lengthy coral reef sitting on the murky, muddy mouth of the Amazon river, in line with new studies.

Corel Reef

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No matter how well we think we know our planet, there are always surprises – and a big one at that. The Amazon is the Earth’s crown river. The largest by water discharge, the second by length, its basin covers approximately 7,050,000...

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