Coral is a very unique member of the Marine Invertebrate family due to its special relationship between the two organisms that form Coral. Coral likes to live in colonies, much like those found at the Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsunday Islands - though they are not only limited to the waters surrounding Northern Australia. In fact, they can be found in many places around the world as long as if there are suitable conditions for them to live.
Coral has a diet of fish and plankton and they may even use their stinging cells on their tentacles to lure and capture prey.
Width - Approximately 8 to 15cm