Does the ocean have more oxygen where coral reefs are?



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    Coral reefs are often called “the rain forests of the’ oceans” because they are among the richest marine ecosystems in species, productivity, biomass, structural complexity, and beauty. The cells of reef-building corals contain symbiotic algae that release most of the organic matter they make from photosynthesis to their coral hosts. The algae remove carbon dioxide and excreted nutrients, while supplying food and oxygen.

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