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star coral

A plethora of polyps

Polyps of the star coral, montrastrea cavernosa, with a green algae at its center, used as a source of food. Star coral are common in the tropical Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. (Photo by Kristen Whalen, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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