Spawning is how coral reproduces sexually. During spawning, all the coral of an area releases its sperm and eggs into the water. When they meet, the eggs are fertilized. The fertilized eggs drift in the ocean and usually gets devoured by fish. What survives settles on a rock cropping or a shipwreck, or oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, and begins the process of growing to be new coral.
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