The Census of Marine Life is a global effort by marine biologists to answer a tough but basic question: What lives in the ocean? There could be more than a million marine species, yet only a fraction have been described. The goal of the census is to create the most complete database possible of marine life by 2010. A recent expedition to three coral reefs off the coast of Australia has added hundreds of species to the inventory.
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