Elk Horn Coral 5"- 7" collected from shipping canals not ocean


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Coral is considered to be one of the most important reef-building corals in the Caribbean. This species of coral is structurally complex with many large branches. The coral structure closely resembles that of elk antlers. These branches create habitats for many other reef species such as lobsters, parrot-fish, snappers, and other reef fish. Elkhorn coral colonies are incredibly fast growing with an average growth rate of 5 to 10 centimeters (2.0 to 3.9 in) per year and can eventually grow up to 3.7 meters (12 ft) in diameter.

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All our corals are collected from shipping canals that are cleaned out every 5 years not collected from open ocean. 50% of collected corals are transplanted into open ocean coral reefs


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