The flutter of a fan and a the flicker of a mauve finger. The gaping of a tubular chasm and the wiggle of a beady eye.
These aren’t the actions of aliens, but the movements of coral, some of the most fascinating living organisms on the planet. These marine invertebrates live in colonies made up of polyps – and their bright colours and unique formations draw divers and snorkellers to the locations in which they grow most richly, from the Coral Triangle around the Philippines and Indonesia, to the reefs of Belize and the Australian coastline.
For detail story please follow this link: The World’s Best Coral Reefs (The Telegraph)