Meaning: A generic red coral with a couple of water droplets on both its sides – suggesting the coral is in water.
The Coral emoji illustrates a single coral that can be used to represent a single coral and a massive group of corals such as a reef or an atoll. Given their natural habitats, this emoji would also signify the ocean, the depths of it, or any other shallow environment conducive for corals.
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How and When to Use the Coral Emoji
- Corals seem like plants but are in fact, animals. They’re marine invertebrates. Making this emoji inclusive of both mentioned themes; marine animals and marine invertebrates. If you’re referring to such in any virtual context, you can use this emoji.
- Since corals help build an entire ecosystem for many smaller marine creatures, this emoji may also be used as a synecdoche for ecosystems in general.
- Corals are some of the most vibrant sea life. They come in a range of beautiful shades, shapes, and forms. Although they didn’t intend to be decorative, they really do color the seabed and habitat. Hence, you too may use this emoji decoratively.
- You may use this emoji in any context involving the ocean, or anything tropical as corals themselves are found in tropical water bodies.
- Red Coral
- Coral Reef
- Ocean/Sea Bed
- Marine Invertebrate