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August 24, 2021 at 9:33 am #36848roxannematthies
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We’ve taken her on the water since she was three-months-old, so she has better sea legs than most people! ‘My boyfriend and I go fishing all the time on the lake and ocean and we bring Darla every time.
We don’t normally get them up here,’ he told the Mr Hursey said, due to the damage on the side of the boat, the predator must have been at least three meters long. ‘I’m 28 years old and have been fishing all my life and never have I even seen a shark here, cooking seafood outdoors let alone a shark attack.
While the group identified specific genes that supported coral heat resilience, the level of bleaching was also explained by complex interactions among many genes, as well as by effects from their algal symbionts and the environment.
‘We need to use as many tools as possible to intervene or we will continue to see coral reefs vanish,’ said Zachary Fuller a postdoctoral researcher in biology at Columbia and first author on the study.
The team said their findings offer a pathway for coral biologists to further search for strains that can better cope with ocean warming and enables similar approaches that can be used in other species most at risk from climate change.