1. Dying coral reefs turn vibrant neon colors in apparent last-ditch effort to survive  CBS News
  2. This Eerie Neon Glow Coming From Bleached Coral Could Actually Be Good News  ScienceAlert
  3. When Coral’s Colorful Show Is a Sign That It’s Sick  The New York Times
  4. Coral reefs glow neon colors in an effort to survive  CNET
  5. Colourful corals are actually fighting for survival  The Independent
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Coral reefs on the brink of death are attempting to send a survival signal, via fluorescent neon colors.Coral reefs on the brink of death are attempting to send a survival signal, via fluorescent neon colors.

Dying coral reefs turn vibrant neon colors in apparent last-ditch effort to survive - CBS News

Ocean heatwaves cause vast coral bleaching events almost every year due to climate change, threatening reefs around the world. The high water temperatures stress reef building corals, causing them to eject the photosynthetic algae that reside in thOcean heatwaves cause vast coral bleaching events almost every year due to climate change, threatening reefs around the world. The high water temperatures stress reef building corals, causing them to eject the photosynthetic algae that reside in thei

This Eerie Neon Glow Coming From Bleached Coral Could Actually Be Good News

Colourful coral may look pretty but the vibrant hues belie a survival technique adopted by some that are fighting environmental changes. In reef regions around the world, “colourful bleaching” is a recurring phenomenon and happens when corals are stressed by increases in ocean warming or lack of nutrients. It is thought that corals turn vivid, neon colours when they are tryingColourful coral may look pretty but the vibrant hues belie a survival technique adopted by some that are fighting environmental changes. In reef regions around the world, “colourful bleaching” is a

Colourful corals are actually fighting for survival | The Independent

The colorful pigments act as a protective "sunscreen layer" for the corals, a study findsThe colorful pigments act as a protective "sunscreen layer" for the corals, a study finds

Coral reefs glow neon colors in an effort to survive - CNET

“What makes our Great Barrier Reef so vibrant?... #Biodiversity The Reef is home to: ✳️Around 1625 species of fish ✳️Over 450 species of hard coral ✳️More than 30 species of marine mammals Biodiversity is variety. The variety of all life that we share with this unique planet 🌍”

Leeanne Enoch MP on Twitter: "What makes our Great Barrier Reef so vibrant?... #Biodiversity The Reef is home to: ✳️Around 1625 species of fish ✳️Over 450 species of hard coral ✳️More than 30 species of marine mammals Biodiversity is variety. The variety of all life that we share with this unique planet 🌍… https://t.co/evznIf7YnE"

“Even without a final state run, Coral Reef seniors left a legacy ‘that will last forever’ https://t.co/i2BFvtq4Ot”

Alex Mena on Twitter: "Even without a final state run, Coral Reef seniors left a legacy ‘that will last forever’ https://t.co/i2BFvtq4Ot"

“This vibrant beauty is a twospined angelfish. Also known as the coral beauty, this secretive species is found in tropical marine waters of the Indo-West and Central Pacific Oceans. If you can spot them, these fish are most commonly found in lagoons near coral reefs.”

Joel Sartore on Twitter: "This vibrant beauty is a twospined angelfish. Also known as the coral beauty, this secretive species is found in tropical marine waters of the Indo-West and Central Pacific Oceans. If you can spot them, these fish are most commonly found in lagoons near coral reefs.… https://t.co/wX1l1qnf8o"

“Someday I would love to learn why the @MontereyAq livestreams have different schedules for different flora and fauna. The sharks put in a 12 hour day, but the coral reef only 7 and a half! https://t.co/EEN5EnMyPy”

Matt Stempeck on Twitter: "Someday I would love to learn why the @MontereyAq livestreams have different schedules for different flora and fauna. The sharks put in a 12 hour day, but the coral reef only 7 and a half! https://t.co/EEN5EnMyPy"

Under stress, certain coral species put on displays to try to re-attract symbiotic algae they need to survive.Under stress, certain coral species put on displays to try to re-attract symbiotic algae they need to survive.

Researchers get a better understanding over the colorful bleachingResearchers get a better understanding over the colorful bleaching

Glowing coral reef despite bleaching offers hope for recovery

A new study finds that glowing bluish-purple or neon pink is a reaction some corals have to the effects of climate change. This transformation could help them survive.A new study finds that glowing bluish-purple or neon pink is a reaction some corals have to the effects of climate change. This transformation could help them survive.

Vibrantly colorful coral revealed as a last-ditch survival response

A study finds corals are emitting colours in an attempt to draw back algae lost during higher temperatures. A study finds corals are emitting colours in an attempt to draw back algae lost during higher temperatures.

Corals creating own sunscreen for protection against rising sea temperatures, scientists say | UK News | Sky News

In its healthy state, coral is yellow-brown, green, red, and generally a variety of tones that feel "natural" to our human eyes. In its healthy state, coral'sIn its healthy state, coral is yellow-brown, green, red, and generally a variety of tones that feel “natural” to our human eyes. In its healthy state, coral’s yellow-brown symbiot…

Bleached coral seems to be fixing itself with neon pigment shields - SlashGear

Not all corals respond to bleaching events by turning ghostly white, with some instead becoming shimmering arrays of bright neon colors. The authors of a new study believe this is an attempt to lure the much-needed algae back home.One of the ways coral reacts to abnormal sea temperatures is by expelling tiny algae that lives in its tissues, a process that drives the type of bleaching events that have devastated Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in recent years. But not all corals respond by turning ghostly white, with some instead becoming shimmering arrays of bright neon colors. The authors of a new study believe this is an attempt to lure the much-needed algae back home.

Colorful corals may be calling crucial algae back home

Corals around the world are fighting for survivalCorals around the world are fighting for survival

Scientists find coral reefs emit dazzling colours as 'sunscreen' | Metro News

Six years ago, during a global coral bleaching event and after the Port of Miami was dredged, endangered corals on Florida's coral reef began rapidly wasting away and dying. Their "mystery killer" is referred to as the "Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease" (SCTLD). In response, scientists launched an unprecedented rescue effort to save the corals.

Coral Rescue Team Races to Save Endangered Corals From Mystery Killer - EcoWatch

A new study by the University of Southampton has revealed why some corals exhibit a dazzling colorful display, instead of turning white, when they suffer 'coral bleaching' -- a condition which can devastate reefs and is caused by ocean warming. The scientists behind the research think this phenomenon is a sign that corals are fighting to survive.A new study by the University of Southampton has revealed why some corals exhibit a dazzling colorful display, instead of turning white, when they suffer 'coral bleaching' -- a condition which can devastate reefs and is caused by ocean warming. The scientists behind the research think this phenomenon is a sign that corals are fighting to survive.

Mysterious glowing coral reefs are fighting to recover | EurekAlert! Science News

While most corals turn ghostly white when they bleach, some turn neon purple. Scientists were baffled – until now.While most corals turn ghostly white when they bleach, some turn neon purple. Scientists were baffled – until now.

Coral reefs that glow bright neon during bleaching offer hope for recovery – new study

Coral reefs that glow bright neon during bleaching offer hope for recovery – new study

Some corals exhibit a dazzling display of bright colours as a type of “sunscreen” to help protect them from rises in sea temperature, research has found.Reefs turn white in a process known asSome corals exhibit a dazzling display of bright colours as a type of “sunscreen” to help protect them from rises in sea temperature, research has found.Reefs turn white in a process known as

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Bright neon colours are believed to be a form of submarine sunscreen.Bright neon colours are believed to be a form of submarine sunscreen.

Corals emit ‘dazzling colourful display’ to protect from rising sea temperature | Thurrock Gazette

Some bleaching corals undergo what had been described as a mysterious transformation by emitting bright neon colours - and researchers have discovered why.Some bleaching corals undergo what had been described as a mysterious transformation by emitting bright neon colours - and researchers have discovered why.

Corals emit a colourful 'sunscreen' to protect them from rising sea temperatures  | Daily Mail Online

Coral reefs on the brink of death are attempting to send a survival signal, via fluorescent neon colors.

Dying coral reefs turn vibrant neon in apparent survival effort