It is a hard coral
It is difficult or hard to identify a coral specimen
No. soft coral polyps have eight feathery tenticles whereas hard coral polyps have flat tenticles. :)
It is a hard coral that is usually lace like in apearence and come in a variety of colours.
I believe that the Coral specimen is hard and rocky, though there could also be specimens that are soft, considering that Coral comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors. It is more often hard and bumpy than soft like a sponge.
well their is soft coral and hard coral +brain coral breanha coral lily coral and extra coral
for one, hard coral has less give making it rather hard. Soft coral on the other hand, is mainly comprised of sponges, sand, sea cucumbers, and feather mattresses
The Great Barrier Reef is made up of both hard corals and soft corals. The term 'soft coral' is the name given to the coral group with the scientific name of Alcyonacea. They are different from hard coral polyps, which have multiples of six tentacles, by the fact that the soft coral polyps always have eight tentacles.
Niether. Sea anemones are not corals, though they are related to them.