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The Great Barrier Reef’s corals are struggling to recover fast enough loading...
The Great Barrier Reef’s corals are struggling to recover fast enough
Climate change is making ocean heat waves worse—a reality that increases the chances for mass bleaching and puts young coral in jeopardy.
Floating Sunscreen-Like Film Could Protect The Great Barrier Reef loading...
Floating Sunscreen-Like Film Could Protect The Great Barrier Reef
By blocking some of the sunlight hitting the reefs, conservationists hope to dial down the rapid decline of coral.
Government Invest 2 Million Dollars to Save the Great Barrier Reef loading...
Government Invest 2 Million Dollars to Save the Great Barrier Reef
Intended to find new ways of revitalising coral growth on the Great Barrier Reef.
Peer Inside A Mysterious Blue Hole In The Great Barrier Reef loading...
Peer Inside A Mysterious Blue Hole In The Great Barrier Reef
The geological formation reaches down 100 feet, and its contents can only be seen by diving below the surface.
The Great Barrier Reef is Valued At 56 Billion Dollars loading...
The Great Barrier Reef is Valued At 56 Billion Dollars
So why aren’t we doing more to protect it?
Sea Cow Baby Boom Is Good News for Great Barrier Reef loading...
Sea Cow Baby Boom Is Good News for Great Barrier Reef
The slow-moving herbivores are rebounding in Australia thanks to an abundance of seagrass.
The Great Barrier Reef is Now Terminal loading...
The Great Barrier Reef is Now Terminal
We've lost two-thirds of our beloved reef to bleaching.
Warming Bleaches Two-Thirds of Great Barrier Reef loading...
Warming Bleaches Two-Thirds of Great Barrier Reef
A huge portion of the 2,250-kilometre structure has now suffered severe damage for the second straight year–and scientists blame climate change.
Massive Underwater Landslide Found Along The Great Barrier Reef loading...
Massive Underwater Landslide Found Along The Great Barrier Reef
Debris 30 times the size of Uluru was dumped off the Queensland coast 300,000 years ago.

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