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Coral Reef Conservation

Posted by Guest Editor on Monday, January 21, 2013, In : Information gathered from the USA EPA 

Coral reefs are structures that have merged together into limestone. It consists of a collection of biological communities that make up one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. Corals themselves are actually small immobile animals that belong to the group cnidaria. They sustain themselves by catching prey, such as small fish and planktonic animals, with their tentacles. Corals generally live in colonies. Together these colonies secrete a hard calcium carbonate skeleton, which is wha...

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Great article: What in the World Is a Social Entrepreneur? By Loyd Sederer

Posted by Ana M on Saturday, December 5, 2009, In : Top 10 
Equally entertaining article from Loyd Sederer.  It's very easy for development practitioners to adopt buzzwords without focusing on the practicalities of its dictionary definition, linguistics, popular use, and so forth.

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