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And fossilized corals from 430 million years ago can help prove it.
Corals, like tree trunks, bear records of growth periods—microscopically thin scars showing when the corals were growing rapidly and when they weren’t.
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The lines can help us differentiate between the busy growing seasons from year to year, and even from day to day.“When a coral is growing, every day it puts down a fine layer of calcium carbonate,” said Paul Mayer, the fossil invertebrates collections manager at the Field Museum in Chicago.
“Every day, there’s a deposit, and you can see how they stack up into monthly deposits linked to the lunar cycle.”“You can see seasonality, where the corals grow more in the dry season than in the wet season,” he explained.
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