I coralli sono sempre un argomento interessante,
Cerchiamo di proteggere quelli ancora viventi, oltre ad apprezzare le forme fossili.
Whenever I hear or see the word “coral” I stop to take notice. Here in this small area of the Hudson Valley I find various types of fossil coral – all from the Devonian Period, roughly 385 million years ago. In fact, one of my finds, a rather large piece of honeycomb coral, now resides in the collection of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. So I am always on the alert for anything coral.
Yesterday I ran across an article online that led to a wonderful break in the day’s routine (one that I highly recommend). The article told of Google Street taking viewers underwater to visit existing coral reefs (see article here). The article is loaded with great links, including Oceans, where the coral images reside.
These are compelling, 360 degree views, technically brilliant and breathtaking in their scope and diversity. They are…
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