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    One environmental issues posted on the Facebook group on Ecologically Conscious Social is climate change’s effect impacts on the Great Barrier Reef where is one of the UNESCO world heritage sites. The Great Barrier Reef is located in Queensland, state of Australia. A concern raised by a group of environmentalists over a threat to the Great Barrier Reef is carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions that emit from burning of coal. The federation government environment minister, Mr. Greg Hunt approved a 16.5 billion dollars project to Indian company so called Adany mining company. According to Queensland premier and Adani mining company, claimed that the investment of coal mine would create 10,000 jobs for local residents and inject 22 billion dollars for…

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    The Great Barrier Reef (GBR) in Australia is known for the most amazing coral and fascinating sea life that live within it. The reef covers 134,364 square miles and is the home to over four hundred types of coral and five thousand types of fish and mollusk species. With warm water temperatures, the coral in the reef start to bleach losing its color. If the coral is under too much stress from the warm temperatures, the bleaching could become permanent and kill the coral. Typically, the…

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    Biodiversity Essay How can the great barrier reef be protected for the future generation? The great barrier reef is a stunning 2,600 km stretch of some of the most amazing coral reefs in the world. It is so big it is visible from space. The reef is approximately the same area as Japan, Malaysia or even Germany(Great Barrier Reef). It is a huge part of the world but also a huge part of people's lives. Latest estimates suggests that the great barrier reef makes up to $30 billion each year in…

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    A one-of-a-kind place, the Great Barrier Reef located off the coast of Queensland in northeastern Australia, is the largest living thing on Earth. Stretching over 2300km, this largest marine park reserve covers 348,700 square kilometers. Many breathtaking marine creatures call the Great Barrier Reef home including 600 types of soft and hard corals, more than 100 species of jellyfish, 3000 varieties of mollusks, 500 species of worms, 1625 types of fish, 133 varieties of sharks and rays, and more…

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    The Great Barrier Reef is a coastal habitat off the coast of Queensland, Australia. The system is the largest coral reef and living structure in the world, reaching around 2,575 in length. It’s made up of approximately 2,900 individual reefs with 900 islands. The Great Barrier Reef is the perfect habitat for many species of marine life such as coral and over one thousand five hundred species of fish. The reef contains many different life forms such as: fish, sea turtles, giant clams, sea snakes,…

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    on earth, the Great Barrier Reef. It is a place that is unique and considered one of the world’s seven wonders. The GBR stretches for thousands of miles and is considered the largest living structure on the planet. The reef is made up of three thousand different reefs that allows for the GBR to host the most life in this area than anywhere on the planet. Most of the life here is beautiful, while some look straight out of science fiction, and others down right deadly. The GBR is an amazing ever…

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    The Great Barrier Reef; it’s a land filled with the wonders of marine life and the beauty of biodiversity. A land where a dense forest of coral stretches on for miles, and schools of vibrant fish dart in and out of coral-ridged windows. A land where sunlight dances through crystal water, landing delicately upon strong branches of the reef and small crustaceans scuttle about the streets of the busy underwater city. It is a land free from the effects of human existence. At least, that’s what we’d…

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    Queensland, Australia. The loud noise of wood against stone really questioned him with what he may of hit. Little did he know that he would later discover this amazing coral reef that is the largest reef in the entire world. The reef itself is enormous, nearly 1,500 miles long off the coast of Australia. The irony here is that he did not even mean to make one of the world’s most famous discoveries: the largest structure in the world made of living organisms. “Today, the Great Barrier Reef…

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    other parts will also experience more complicated effects. There have been new areas of science that focus on sustainability, which is the protection and maintenance of our natural resources for current and future generations. The Great Barrier Reef (GBR), one of the most diverse and rich ecosystems in the world, is experiencing negative impacts from human activities, and if this continues, the habitat may cease to exist. Spanning almost 1,300 miles, the Great Barrier Reef extends along the…

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    Heart Reef The Heart Reef, in the Great Barrier Reef, is a beautiful organisation of coral and rocks naturally formed into the shape of a heart. The reef was created by hundreds of years of dead coral building up in a massive, underwater stone wall, which has then grown algae and new coral, which reproduces, dies and grows year by year. The Heart Reef is a beautiful array of stunning coral formations, naturally shaped into a heart. Surrounded by bright blue, crystal clear water, the heart…

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