Global bleaching of reefs seems to have stopped, but there is no reason to celebrate.
It will take around a century to restore the coral reefs to their former glory.
Researchers said that there is no reason to stop fighting climate change.
Not only does the Great Barrier Reef experience coral bleaching but Japan's reef is also being affected.
Caribbean coral reefs may be saved by sea urchins and parrotfish.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef suffered the most damage this year and it could continue because of the warming waters.
Researchers identify countries that can mostly be affected by the death of coral reefs.
The Great Barrier Reef has become a coral graveyard now.
In its bid to diminish pollution levels, Hawaii has begun taking steps to prevent Coral bleaching, which has been threatening the state's reefs.
The Sydney Coral Reefs are beginning to get some color again after the massive bleaching that occured earlier this year.
The nutrients found in the pee of fish actually helps coral reefs, said new study.