Baby corals and fish can smell the difference between good and bad reefs, according to a study based in Fiji.
When offered a choice of two water samples in the lab, the animals turned away from the stench of seaweed that invades depleted reefs, but were drawn to the smell of healthy coral.
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"Protejamos a las Tortugas Marinas en peligro de extinción"
(at Ocean Park Beach)