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black coral

[¦blak ′kär·əl]
(invertebrate zoology)
The common name for antipatharian cnidarians having black, horny axial skeletons.
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The royals are thought to have said "no" because of environmental concerns - eco groups are against stripping black coral from the ocean.
Salome Tesi, who was stationed at the first stall the royals came to in the market, said the couple had been interested to see a display of tree-like black coral on the table but politely declined to take away a carved necklace in the shape of a turtle.
The air dried black coral (1.5 Kg) was soaked in a mixture of chloroform/methanol (1:1) and allowed to stand at room temperature for few days.
Buyer: Flybridge Capital Partners, Black Coral Capital , Stata Ventures , Nokia Growth Partners , Aster Capital , Goldman Sachs Group Inc
The third look of the bunch featured a bodice made from an intricate black coral design paired with a billowing, abstractly printed skirt.
Formless sculptures, like black coral colonies, slowly rotated on axis; each titled Twain Rocks, they are made of pages from Mark Twain's novels.
The beads are black coral and amber but too big for everyday use.
Beach Wahine has a wide range of latest Hawaiian jewelry including blue Hawaii necklace, bora bora bangle, cone shell necklace, coral Saturn necklace, black coral necklace and much more that are not just unique but elegant too.
* INCREDIBLE sea-life is an everyday sight in these waters, from manta rays, big-eyed squirrel fish and bottlenose dolphins to exotic sponges and masses of black coral.
Earlier, the presidential palace had urged an international boycott on black coral products and other marine resources in a bid to preserve the country's biodiversity.
A black coral collected near the Hawaiian Islands may set a new record for age among coral kind: some 4,200 years.

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