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News24.com | 'Dead zones' a threat to coral reefs

News24 Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Low-oxygen areas of the ocean known as dead zones threaten hundreds of coral reefs worldwide, fragile ecosystems already struggling because of climate change and pollution, researchers say.
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