You’re not just getting a little more beautiful this year, but a whole lot more colorful.
This is a story of the world’s rarest fish, coral reefs.
Numerous species of coral reefs are now being found on the Earth’s surface.
While they’re known for their extraordinary beauty, the species they’re often found in are also unique.
Here are 10 amazing species found in the wild, and how they’re coming to be known in the world.
The Blue Reef in New Zealand, an incredible coral reef that has a very unique history.
A rare and elusive species of corals, the Blue Reef corals are found in all corners of the planet.
Like the common corals found in many temperate zones, the corals live in an oceanic zone that has temperatures between 60 degrees and 100 degrees.
Their corals produce large, deep pools, and are known for providing nutrients to the coral reef ecosystem.
In the southern hemisphere, the reef is often referred to as “The Blue” by researchers.
The Blue is not only the world record holder for largest coral, but it’s also the largest coral in the ocean.
The Blue Reef is located in New South Wales, Australia.
It is estimated that the Blue is up to 50 feet (15 meters) long and weighs between 250 to 300 tons.
The average size of a Blue is around 3,000 to 5,000 tons.
It takes more than 40 hours for a Blue to make its way to the surface of the ocean, so the Blue may only be found once every 100 years.
When you see a Blue, it is often a sight to behold.
This unique corals color is so vibrant that it can be seen up to 30 feet (9 meters) away from you.
When a Blue swims up and takes in the sunlight, it may look as if it’s swimming in a pool of blood, but this is actually because the Blue’s body is still in a watery state.
The coloration and its light show have made this species so well known around the world, even being featured on Disney Channel’s Shark Week.
The Coral Reef’s name comes from the word “recovery,” which means “to recover.”
When it comes to corals and their reefs, there are three main groups: The Blue, the Coral, and the Reef.
The common coralline coral (or corallin) is found in warm waters.
In cold water, it forms in the coral’s tissues and is the largest living organism in the oceans.
The large, soft corals that form on the ocean floor can reach 10 feet (3 meters) in length and weigh more than 10,000 pounds (4,200 kilograms).
The largest corallines found on Earth are found off the coast of Hawaii, and they’re found at depths of more than 800 feet (300 meters).
The most abundant coral in an area is found at depth in the Coral Triangle in the Caribbean Sea, where corals have been found up to 800 feet deep.
In these areas, corals grow as big as 6 feet (2 meters) and live for up to 1,000 years.