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Description Angelfish and Hump Coral. There are a total of 109 species of stony coral in the Howland Islands NWR. Credit: USFWS
Date 18 August 2010, 12:59
Source Anglefish and Hump Coral - Howland Island NWR
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Author U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - Pacific Region's


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