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Vinegar offers hope in Barrier Reef starfish battle

vinegar offers hope in barrier reef starfish battle
Sydney (AFP) April 27, 2017 Coral-munching crown-of-thorns starfish can be safely killed by common household vinegar, scientists revealed Thursday in a discovery that offers hope for Australia's..
Terra Daily Also reported by •Telegraph.co.uk

Scientists discover that vinegar may help save the Great Barrier Reef

Common household vinegar may help protect Australia's iconic Great Barrier Reef by effectively and quickly killing the coral-munching crown-of-thorns starfish, scientists said today. The innovative..

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News video: Looking to Escape Summer at Disney? Head To These Endangered UNESCO Heritage Sites

Looking to Escape Summer at Disney? Head To These Endangered UNESCO Heritage Sites 01:18

The United Nations has a running list of cultural and natural sites that are considered important to our society. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
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News video: Is Disney Building a Robot Army? - News Stories You Missed This Week

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Is Japan drilling to the centre of the Earth? Why is McDonald’s letting you apply for jobs over Snapchat? Is it too late for the Great barrier Reef? Find the answers to these questions and more..
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News video: Great Barrier Reef Deemed 'Terminal'

Great Barrier Reef Deemed 'Terminal' 01:12

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia has long been noted as the largest living structure on Earth — and now it could be dying, scientists say.
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News video: Coral Reef Loss Could Cost Australia $750 Million

Coral Reef Loss Could Cost Australia $750 Million 01:04

Reef loss could cost global economies up to $750 billion, according to a new study.
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News video: Great Barrier Reef Bleaching Unprecedented

Great Barrier Reef Bleaching Unprecedented 00:40

The Great Barrier Reef is suffering a severe season of bleaching events that are endangering coral. A recent aerial survey has found that large portions of the reef have suffered two unprecedented..
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Bleaching kills two-thirds of coral in northern part of Great Barrier Reef

bleaching kills two-thirds of coral in northern part of great barrier reef
Two-thirds of the corals in the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef have died on in the reef's worst-ever bleaching event, according to the latest underwater surveys. Descrier - news and culture..
The Descrier

Two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef damaged

two-thirds of great barrier reef damaged
Scientists say coral bleaching has damaged the World Heritage site for two years in a row
BBC News

Great Barrier Reef: Second mass bleaching in 12 months devastates two thirds of coral

'The sooner we take action on global greenhouse gas emissions and transition away from fossil fuels to renewables, the better'

Great Barrier Reef: Two thirds hit by coral bleaching

great barrier reef: two thirds hit by coral bleaching
Back-to-back bleaching has killed two thirds of Queensland's Great Barrier Reef and almost none of the coral affected in 2016 is expected to recover.
MailOnline Also reported by •BBC News

Damage to Great Barrier Reef 'unprecedented'

damage to great barrier reef 'unprecedented'
Coral bleaching has hit two-thirds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef within two years, surveys show.
BBC News

Cyclone Debbie: Experts fear damage to Great Barrier Reef

cyclone debbie: experts fear damage to great barrier reef
The Australian state of Queensland is assessing the extent of the damage caused by the major storm.
BBC News

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