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Cyclone damages the GBR


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    redemer123 - Reefkeeper
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    Glad the reef didnt get tore up to bad
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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Sound like a small % was effected, near the top, and lotts of that % was broken, which will fall to lower levels.

    Hope the damage was for the best, and regrows/acclimates to its new conditions, and grows all the stronger!

    Got an increase is fish spawning too? More food to grow new reef.

    Just trying to be optimistic. Hope I am right. I am sure the broken branching reef affected, near the surface, left really nice bases to regrow, and be better for the worst.

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    Corvette Reefer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    wowwww sad lil corals i hope they all make it!
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