By: Joshua Knoettner
Climate and Precipitation
The climate of a coral reef is a very wet, salty climate, because it is underwater of course, but the climate above the water is typically hot and tropical. It may rain above the ocean, but it can't rain below water, unless your in bikini bottom. While the corals are producers and fish and other things are consumers.
How do the organisms survive?
The organisms survive because the coral and the fish work together, so coral provides food and sometimes shelter from predators for the fish. They are fit because most fish and other swimming organisms can reproduce with the same species. There are very literal conditions that could make a coral reef's environment change, unless all the water disappears or all the coral or fish die. There are some fish that have developed beaks to be able to get food out of coral. The only way humans can effect coral reefs is by catching fish using cyanide and physically killing the entire reef.