Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest living structure, is dying
Barrier Reef is a 1,400 miles long living structure visible even from space. Now, at the age of 25 million years, the Reef is bleaching, which can lead to its death very soon. Let's find out more about one of the most incredible creations of nature and the ways to save it.
#1 What species live in and around the Reef?
#2 When did it become famous?
#3 How big is it?
#4 What is it made up from?
#5 How many people visit it annually?
#6 Why is it dying?
#7 Can it be saved?
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