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  • A Guide To Coral
    Corals are a miracle of nature because they can be regarded as a unique creation that is an animal, a plant and a rock altogether! Stony corals have skeletons and they build reefs, while the second type of corals - soft corals -- have no bones. Actually, corals are not a single animal but colonies of polyps, which are very small animals with a mouth, a body sac, and tentacles. Within the body of the polyp a microscopic algae (plant) co-exists in Read More...
  • What Is Coral Calcium?
    Corals are tiny marine animals correlated to the sea life. They live in the form of skeletal polyps known as hermatypic corals and stony corals, which have an external skeleton of calcium carbonate. Polyps are clones, which grow on the skeletal remains of past generations of Polyps. They collectively form a coral head. Corals are typically found living in colonies formed by hundreds of individual polyps. Stony corals living together as a group ar Read More...
  • Calcium Coral
    Corals are organisms that live in the depths of the warm waters around Japan, Taiwan, Australia, the Red Sea, the Mediterranean, the Malayan Archipelago, and other warm places. Besides being a tourist attraction and a popular choice for jewelry, corals also contain many useful substances that are of interest to pharmacists. One of the most famous uses of corals in pharmacy and health care is to prepare capsules with calcium and other minerals. S Read More...
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