The coral reef formations of the deep sea are huge rocklike structures with thousands of nooks and crannies that little fish call home. John Bruno, a University of North Carolina marine biologist, has seen them up close while diving.
But a trip to a reef isn't satisfying if big predators - sharks, barracuda, grouper and such - aren't lurking there, looking to snack on some pretty little thing that ventures from its hole. Bruno says he hasn't been satisfied in a long time, and his newest re
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