Coral reefs were one of the most discussed topic in this class when talking about biodiversity. They play a vital role in our life even if we don't realize it. They are being destroyed due to the acidification of the ocean and the loss of biodiversity in them can cost us a lot and is almost irreversible. I think we should take action before it's too late!
The reef at Beatrice Rock is prized by underwater photographers for its Technicolor riot of corals and mobs of schooling anthias. The site — off the Anilao region on the Luzon coast — offers a pinnacle, a series of drop-offs and spectacular viz.
Free Lapbook on Coral Reefs. Coral reefs swarm with brilliant colored fish, starfish, giant clams and sea slugs. They are not only beautiful to look at; but they are home to thousands of other species. Coral reefs can be large or small and are some of the oldest ecosystems on the planet. Grab the free lapbook @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus