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Cancer patient Matthew gets to dive the Great Barrier Reef,...

cancer patient matthew gets to dive the great barrier reef,...
A 37-year-old bowel cancer patient who has temporarily moved into a Devon hospice has had his wish to dive the Great Barrier Reef brought to life, thanks to virtual reality. Matthew Hill told nurses at..
Torquay Herald Express Also reported by •Tiverton Mid Devon GazetteExeter Express and EchoWestern Morning News

St Luke's patient gets dreams fulfilled with virtual reality...

st luke's patient gets dreams fulfilled with virtual reality...
A charity helping those with terminal illnesses granted a Plymouth patient their wish to swim in the Great Barrier Reef– through virtual reality.Matthew Hill, who was recently admitted to the St..
Plymouth Herald

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News video: The World's Worst Coral Bleaching Event Is Likely Over

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It can take years for corals to recover after just one bleaching event; some reefs around the globe experienced three.
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News video: Top 10 Most Beautiful Places In The World

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The most beautiful travel destinations on planet earth, these are places from all around the globe that will take your breath away. WatchMojo presents the top 10 most beautiful places in the world. But..
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News video: What Are Some Of The Most Colorful Places In The World?

What Are Some Of The Most Colorful Places In The World? 00:42

There are still places in that exist in this world that even an Instagram filter can't improve on. Places where colors on their own seem unreal. Places like the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, which..
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News video: Swimming with turtles in the Great Barrier Reef

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Keppel islands In the Great Barrier Reef
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News video: UNIDENTIFIED CREATURES FOUND WHILE SNORKELING (CUTE)

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3 deadly creatures spotted while snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef
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India's Adani gives green light to controversial Australian coal mine

india's adani gives green light to controversial australian coal mine
India's Adani Enterprises has given the final investment approval for a controversial multibillion dollar coal mine in Australia. Shares in the India-listed firm jumped more than nine per cent..
City A.M.

Great Barrier Reef being killed by coral bleaching, Unesco warns

United Nations agency says 'progress toward achieving water quality targets has been slow.'
Independent

Great Barrier Reef turtles' blood is polluted by chemicals

great barrier reef turtles' blood is polluted by chemicals
Researchers from Queensland University in Australia found hundreds of thousands of different chemicals in the blood stream of green turtles, which are considered an endangered species.
MailOnline

Great Barrier Reef

great barrier reef
Earth observation image of the week: part of the Great Barrier Reef off Australia’s northeast coast is pictured in this Sentinel-2 image
ESA

Barrier reef suffers huge coral loss

barrier reef suffers huge coral loss
Australia's Great Barrier Reef lost nearly a third of its corals in the past year, officials have said.
BBC News

Great Barrier Reef can no longer be saved

great barrier reef can no longer be saved
Experts on a committee set up by the Australian government to improve the health of the reef say scientists should instead focus on maintaining its 'ecological function' rather than saving it.
MailOnline Also reported by •Independent

Great Barrier Reef is damaged beyond repair and can no longer be saved, say scientists


Telegraph.co.uk

Satellites capture coral bleaching in Great Barrier Reef

satellites capture coral bleaching in great barrier reef
The corals of the Great Barrier Reef have undergone two bleaching events in successive years, raising experts' concerns about coral reef survival under global-warming induced events.
MailOnline Also reported by •ESA

Planet Earth's iconic iguana chase scene just won a Bafta

planet earth's iconic iguana chase scene just won a bafta
Planet Earth II bagged two TV Baftas tonight, including must-see TV moment of the year, the only award voted for by the public.  The scene, which aired in November, showed the dramatic battle..
City A.M.

Vinegar offers hope in Great Barrier Reef starfish battle


Telegraph.co.uk


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