Anthropogenic Impacts / Conservation
Coral reefs are a vital ecosystem, providing habitat for many species. In recent decades, especially in Florida, many of these reefs have declined due to factors such as higher water temperatures and disease events. This photo depicts a neon goby, an essential species for reef cleaning stations, losing its coral home to disease.
Life Sciences | Marine Biology
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Coral Disease, Habitat Loss