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a) Found in Northeast Australia, this reef-building measures 10.4 meters in diameter — earning it the nickname Muga dhamb.
e) A coral the size of a carousel is the widest known in the Great Barrier Reef.
c) Based on Muga dhambi’s height and estimated growth rate, scientists calculate that it is about 421 to 438 years old.
d) In addition to its record-setting width, Muga dhambi stands a little over 5 meters tall, making it the sixth tallest coral in the Great Barrier Reef.
b) It predates European colonization of Australia and has survived 99 coral bleaching events.