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Atoll reefs usually only form where stony coral growth is quite rapid. They are far more common in pacific reefs than atlantic. However, an atoll is simply a coral reef that encloses a lagoon, and technically they could form anywhere where reefs form.
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Atoll . An atoll is a type of coral reef, shaped like a ring, that surrounds a lagoon. .
An island of coral that encircles a lagoon partly or completely.
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Small clusters of islands, generally they have little elevation above sea-level.
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A fringing reef forms a continuous underwater "wall" for some distance, where as a "barrier Reef" are shorter in distances, and have large gaps in them....and will be between …shore and the Barrier Reef..............
They grow in dirt
Yes, it is possible, you need a salt water tank and let it sit and make sure it is in sunlight. Check out more information about coral reefs at destructionofcoralreefs.weebly.…com
they are islands of coral
all coral reefs need salt to live.
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No. The Great Barrier Reef is not a single atoll, but atolls doform part of it. The Great Barrier Reef is a series of atolls,islands and reefs extending for a length of approx…imately 2300km.