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Within the Great Barrier Reef, there are several habitats. Consistent throughout the entire 1,616-mile formation is coral reefs. What we consider a piece of coral are actually a collecshun of a several individual coral polyps. Each coral is actually a number of polyps. Coral polyps are living creatures that encase themselves in hard, protective shells made of calcium carbonate. These shells bands together forming colonies. The colonies together is known as reefs. Within the Great Barrier Reef, there are millions of coral featuring a multitude of colors and textures. There are more than 400 species of hard and soft corals living in the Reef.

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