Before-and-After the World’s Coral Bleaching Catastrophe
It's a beautifully clear day in the tropics. The water is warm and still; there’s no wind, no clouds to block the bright sunshine. It looks like a perfect day in paradise–until you stick your head underwater.
Where coral reefs once flashed magenta and tangerine, mustard and scarlet, there are instead fields of bone white.
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