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Match the terms with the definitions. Term Definition Strong Currents, stout fire corals, surgeon and parrot fish A) Reef Flat Highest point of reef, stoutly branching coral B) Submarine Terrace Flat outter reef, encrusting coralline algae, gardens of corals C) Terrace Beds of sea grasses, sharks and rays D) Algal Ridge/Reef Crest Horizontal corals, gorgonian corals and sea fans E) Reef slope http://coris.noaa.gov/about/what_are/ I CANT FIND THE ANSWERS SPECIFICALLY IN HERE PLEASE HELP!

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A with Beds of sea grasses, sharks and rays C Highest point of reef stoutly branching coral
Why don't you look in your book or BING search the terms that are not readily available in your book.
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