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Meanwhile... in Guam, the US Navy is trying to grow coral in a nursery

In Piti, Guam, the United States Navy is trying to grow coral in a nursery. 

Coral reefs are estimated to host about 25 percent of all marine life worldwide. But changes in the planet’s oceans have placed these ecosystems under stress,

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