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Bleaching and consequences
Corals struck with bleaching are in a slow phase of life. Depending on the duration and intensity of the stress at the origin of this phenomenon, they can recover and prosper again or die and cover themselves with a fine felting of algae. Bleaching can extend to a whole region in the event of El Nino phenomena for example and generate massive coral mortality.
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