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Slide Show of a Coral Reef Cake Activity

The following are pictures from an actual session of the Coral Reef Cake Activity.


Assembling the "biota"

Assembling the "biota."


Some of the "biota"

Some of the "biota." Chips = Seafans; Vanilla wafers = Plate corals; Raisons = Sea urchins; Sprinkles = Sand; Pretzels = Branching corals; Coconut = Seagrass; Marshmallows = Barrel sponges.


The "coralline algae" covers the "Key Largo Limestone"

The "coralline algae" covers the "Key Largo Limestone."


"Growing" the seagrass bed.

"Growing" the seagrass bed.


Spurs and grooves.

Spurs and grooves.


"Schools" of fish.

"Schools" of fish.


Bioerosion begins.

Bioerosion begins.


That's all, Folks!

That's all, Folks!



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