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The Worst Coral Bleaching Event Ever May Be Over: Now For The Bad News

Newsy Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Watch VideoThe worst coral bleaching event in history is pretty much over — but it's not all good news.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the three-year event affected corals in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans is no longer widespread.

Bleaching events can happen when ocean temperatures...
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News video: The World's Worst Coral Bleaching Event Is Likely Over

The World's Worst Coral Bleaching Event Is Likely Over 00:47

It can take years for corals to recover after just one bleaching event; some reefs around the globe experienced three.

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