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Corals, Fish and Seaweed in Fiji: New Undersea Relationship Discovered


Scientists report findings on a new relationship among coral reefs, fish called gobies, and certain seaweeds. The interaction depends on chemical cues, and will lead to a better understanding of coral reefsand possibly to new pharmaceuticals.

Credit: National Science Foundation

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