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brain coral

[′brān ‚kär·əl]
(invertebrate zoology)
A reef-building coral resembling the human cerebrum in appearance.
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Recruitment and juvenile survivorship of brain corals at San Andres Island, Western Caribbean Sea, Cahiers de Biologie Marine 2007; 48 (2): 113-119.
There are also many table and brain corals surrounding the island.
Novice divers can still be wowed by the reef's four-eyed butterfly fish and brain corals by trying "helmet diving" - a form of undersea exploration where you wade along the ocean floor with the aid of a breathing helmet.
Novice divers can still be wowed by the reef's four-eyed butterfly fish and brain corals by trying 'helmet diving' - a form of undersea exploration where you wade alone the ocean floor with the aid of a 'breathing helmet'.