Not exactly. Some reef corals can grow as much as 15 centimeters, or 6 inches, in a year, though the larger corals such as brain coral and star coral grow less than an inch per year. This is because corals (and coral reefs) grow by the deposition and buildup of calcium carbonate, which is a very slow process.
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