2 species of octocoral discovered in U.S. and Canada

06/6/2013 | LiveScience.com

Two species of octocoral, a type of coral with eight tentacles around each mouth, were discovered near the coasts of San Diego and British Columbia, Canada. The San Diego coral was found in a tide pool and survives outside the water during low tide. The British Columbia coral, named "Lamb's soft coral," was discovered about 40 feet below the water's surface and has pink and orange polyps.

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