An underwater environment known as a coral reef is characterized by corals that construct reefs.

Coral polyp colonies are bound together by calcium carbonate to build reefs. Stony corals, whose polyps gather together, make up the majority of coral reefs.

Sea anemones and jellyfish are members of the animal phylum Cnidaria, while coral is a member of the class Anthozoa. Contrary to sea anemones, corals develop tough carbonate exoskeletons that serve as the coral’s support and defense.

Corals can be found all over the world’s oceans. From the warm, tropical seas of the Caribbean Sea to the Aleutian Islands off the coast of Alaska. The clean, shallow seas of the tropics and subtropics are where you may find the largest coral reefs.

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia, which is the biggest of these coral reef systems, stretches for more than 1,500 miles (2,400 kilometers).

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