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Coral reefs-Are there any chances of its revival
During 1998 & 2002,bleaching affected half of systems reef.Yet in each case only 5% of reefs suffered damage.At that time nearly all bleached corals recovered because bleached corals does not equal to dead corals.It means stressed out corals.When water gets too warm,corals algal partners stop functioning and begin to die.When that happens,corals enter survival mode & kick these malfunctioning partners out otherwise they would die.This is what we observe as bleaching.Corals than persist long enough for water to cool down & then attract new algae partners& get back to their business as usual.However it takes a long time to recover from bleaching.During 1998 bleaching event ,90% of corals on western Australia's Scott Reef died & scientists expected recovery to take decades .For 6 years it looked completely dead.But than coral larvae from faraway reefs arrived & by 2010 the reef had recovered to pre-bleaching conditions.However in case they get hit with another wave of bleaching before revival,it may take years to recover.In case of frequent bleaching, revival chance are minimal.The corals won't be healthy enough to survive constant onslaught....
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Rather the seating arrangement was done on the floor with mats,mattresses,cushions and pillows to rest yourself when you are high.The places were dimly lit and the walls adorned with pictures of iconic musicians and pot-heads like Bob Marley,the Beatles,Pink Floyd,Bob Dylan,the Queen,Led Zeppelin etc and their music was being played at a soft but soothing volume creating a dreamy ambiance within the four walls.The constant smoke from the pipes and bongs added to the atmosphere and a land of mysteries was born.I will encourage every adventurer and explorer to give this picturesque village a visit,just for the vast,wild,unexplored terrain it offers to unwind,trek and explore....