Could 'Super Corals' help save the world's reefs?

Corals of Palau in the western Pacific are proving to be resilient to heat and acidity, as more reefs around the globe die from effects of climate change.

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    Coral reefs around the globe are dying as the oceans warm and become more acidic because of climate change.

    But the corals of Palau in the western Pacific are proving to be resilient to the heat and the acidity.

    And that holds the possibility of a solution that could save the world's reefs.

    Al Jazeera's Oliver Varney reports from the seabed off Palau's Barrier Reef.


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