great-barrier-reef:-how-coral-spawning-event-contribute-to-breeding-heat-tolerant-corals

Multiple species of corals in the Great Barrier Reef synchronize the release of their sperm and eggs for several days after the November full moon – this year on the 19th of November. As these bundles float to the surface, they fertilize and develop into immature corals that eventually settle on the reef, forming new coral colonies.

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