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1. Growing corals turn water more acidic

Scientists carefully monitored a coral reef in Bermuda for five years and what they found surprised them. According to the New Scientist, they

    discovered that the coral growth itself drove up this local acidity. To build their skeletons, it seems the corals sucked alkaline carbonate out of the water, leaving it more acidic.

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