Coral reef spawning / [produced by National Geographic].

Coral reefs regenerate themselves. Some corals are hermaphroditic, releasing packages of eggs and sperm. Somehow, it works out that dozens of different species release eggs and sperm at the same time. They float together and begin fertilization, creating larvae. The larvae then settles, and morphs i...

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Published: District of Columbia : National Geographic, 2015.
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