Human activity can’t always be blamed for coral reef decline

The decline of coral reefs over the last few decades is often squarely blamed on human activity. But a recent study suggests the picture is in fact a little more complex. Researchers have found that our actions aren’t always responsible for the decline of coral reefs; some reefs stop growing simply because they’ve reached the end of their natural lifecycle.

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