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Which of the following groups of organisms is responsible for some coral reef foundations? A. Brown algae B. Golden algae C. Green algae D. Red algae
D. Red algae are groups of organisms which is responsible for some coral reef foundations.
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D. Red algae are groups of organisms which is responsible for some coral reef foundations.
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