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Which of the following can lead to coral bleaching? a. long-term temperature variations b. increased solar radiation c. freshwater dilution d. all of the above
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User: Which of the following can lead to coral bleaching? a. long-term temperature variations b. increased solar radiation c. freshwater dilution d. all of the above

Weegy: (All of the above) Long-term temperature variations, increased solar radiation and freshwater dilution can lead to coral bleaching.
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User: Which of the following is true of coral? a. It is located in deep sea regions. b. It supports few species. c. It is a large and complex organism. d. It is composed of thousands of individuals.

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The following is true of coral: It is composed of thousands of individuals.
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