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Read the passages.
Coral reefs that are falling apart are only one problem affecting ocean environment. Skeletons of dead coral animals make up coral reefs. Because living corals do not thrive without sun, they attach to the top of the reef. Without specific amounts of light, temperature, and oxygen, the coral reef cannot continue to support life. If the problems of erosion and pollution continue, there will not be a suitable home for sea life.
Thousands of fish would not have anywhere to live without coral reefs. Beautiful white, sandy beaches would not exist without any reef. There is nowhere that is better for diving because of the brilliant and beautiful marine life that lives among the reefs. But only a few parks have been established to protect the fragile environment of coral reefs.
Which of the following is not true about the two passages?
Both authors suggest that coral reefs are fragile.
Both authors suggest that something must be done to save the reefs.
Both authors state that coral reefs are threatened.
Both authors state that coral reefs are polluting the ocean floor.
Which do you believe it is?
"Both authors state that coral reefs are polluting the ocean floor." seems a bit odd?