Did you know that Australia's Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest cluster of corals? The sad thing is, it's slowly disappearing. And we are to blame. According to environmentalists, in the last two years, mass bleaching has devastated about two-thirds of the reef.
The Washington Post reported, "corals can often recover from big bleaching shocks, but conditions are no longer normal. Higher background ocean temperatures mean that dangerous spikes are more likely."
To give you a clearer picture, the Great Barrier Reef spans 1,800 miles; it's bigger than Victoria and Tasmania combined! It's also the home of over 1,500 different species.
This is what we have to try to desperately save:
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