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Coral Reef Destruction

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Angelique Luchico

on 8 March 2017

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Coral Reef Destruction
By Angelique Luchico and Jericho Marcelino
Great Barrier Reef
Largest coral reef system in the world.

Found in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland, Australia.
(seen from space)
American Samoa

What Are The Most Common Causes of Coral Reef Destruction?

The World Resources Institute has announced that 58 percent of the world's coral reefs are in danger of dying.
Careless Tourism
Fishing Line on Coral
Anchor from ship stuck to coral
Reef Bleaching
How do Coral Reefs Affect the Four Spheres?
Taken by a student in Duke University
Credit: Photo by Cory Fuchs, courtesy of Oregon State University
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