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A coral reef off of the island of Komodo, Indonesia. Credit - Sara Simmonds, UCLA
July 10, 2020

New UCLA research indicates that an evolutionary phenomenon never before observed among marine life could help explain why there is such immense biodiversity in the world’s coral reefs and the ocean beyond. Two studies — one of reef-dwelling marine snails, the other of similar mollusks called nudibranchs...

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