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Could the Great Barrier Reef be WIPED OUT?

MailOnline Wednesday, 15 March 2017 ()
Could the Great Barrier Reef be WIPED OUT?Experts from James Cook University in Queensland found that only nine per cent of the northern part of the reef - previously the most 'pristine' - escaped bleaching in 2016.
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News video: There’s only one way to save the Great Barrier Reef

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Researchers concluded that the only way to save the Great Barrier Reef is to stop global warming. Due to climate change, the corals have been exposed to heat-induced bleaching. Bleaching occurs when the corals are under stress and drives out the algae inside of them, giving them a colorless...

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