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For the first time ever, scientists have found corals that were thought to have been killed by heat stress have recovered, a glimmer of hope for the world's climate change-threatened reefs.

Back from the dead: Some corals regrow after 'fatal' warming

Researchers have discovered that some types of coral can regenerate and even 'come back from the dead' after climate warming events.Researchers have discovered that some types of coral can regenerate and even 'come back from the dead' after climate warming events.

Coral comes back from the dead after climate warming | SciTech Europa

Marine heat waves, associated with climate change, cause the rapid death of corals, research reveals.Marine heat waves, associated with climate change, cause the rapid death of corals, research reveals.

Climate change: Marine heatwaves kill coral instantly - BBC News

“Oceans are warming around the globe, with devastating consequences for coral reefs and other marine life https://t.co/1rpCVTLxcs #climatematters via @climatecentral”

Jim Jaggers on Twitter: "Oceans are warming around the globe, with devastating consequences for coral reefs and other marine life https://t.co/1rpCVTLxcs #climatematters via @climatecentral"

“Adult corals can reshuffle their symbiotic algae species to adapt to warming waters—and, it appears they can pass on those adaptive guests to the next generation. @sciam 🎧 by @cintagliata w researcher @DrCarlsHorn https://t.co/tsSbEUd7U6”

(((Steve Mirsky))) on Twitter: "Adult corals can reshuffle their symbiotic algae species to adapt to warming waters—and, it appears they can pass on those adaptive guests to the next generation. @sciam 🎧 by @cintagliata w researcher @DrCarlsHorn https://t.co/tsSbEUd7U6"