Coral colony as old as the pyramids

Giant deep-sea corals don't get around much, but what they lack in mobility they make up for in longevity. A new study has discovered that some coral colonies can "live" for more than 4000 years, showing that the animals grow far more slowly than was thought.

Full article by Nora Schultz on NewScientist



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