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Fire Reefs

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Fire Reefs

The Fire Reefs are a stretch of coral reefs that dominate the southeastern border of the Tela Ring. They were named such for the brightly colored coral that grows there as well as for the fact that volcanic rifts litter the area. The bright red, yellow, and orange corals twist and turn in shapes that almost resemble raging flames underwater. Often they reach very close to the surface and during low tides, especially near the Tela Ring, they can be seen piercing the surface of the water.

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