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Old 03-07-2005, 10:44 PM   #1
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Corals considered endangered?

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this is becoming all to real - it's terrible.
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It is terrible and why aquaculturing is so very important to the survival of these species and our hobby.
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It is terrible and why aquaculturing is so very important to the survival of these species and our hobby.
Completely agree and on another note, try and get tank raised fish whenever you can. There are more species becoming available every month it seems.

Black Coral has been on Mexico's list for some time and i'm happy to report on my last trip to Cozumel it seems making a very nice comeback, especially on the deeper reefs. Establishing marine parks with sensible restrictions are the way to go.
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