The Great Barrier Reef May Be Dying Faster Than We Thought

The latest surveys spell more bad news for the Great Barrier Reef. Following a record high water surface temperature and mass bleaching event in 2016, the Australian icon may be on track for a similar event this year.

Published 12 Nov 2017, 12:42 GMT
The Great Barrier Reef May Be Dying Faster Than We Thought
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