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Three of the seven Natural Wonders of the world

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Angelina Pitini

on 14 June 2017

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Transcript of Three of the seven Natural Wonders of the world

Great Barrier Reef
Grand Canyon
Aurora Borealis
The Aurora Borealis is also known as the Northern Lights.
It is a spectacular light display, it can be seen at night in places near the North and South Pole.
The best months to see the lights in is March through April and September through October.
The best places to see the lights in are Alaska, Northern Canada and Northern Europe like Norway.
By Angie
Three of the seven Natural Wonders of the world
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world.
The reef which is in the the Coral Seas is in Queensland, Australia.
The Great barrier Reef is built by billions of tiny organisms called coral polyps.
The reef is home to over 1500 species if animals like whales,dolphins, clownfish etc.
Climate change is a threat to the reef because warmer temperatures put a lot of stress on corals and it leads to the coral bleaching'
Aurora Borealis
Grand Canyon
Great Barrier Reef
The Grand Canyon is in America, Arizona, in Grand Canyon National Park
The Canyon is 277 miles long, it is 6000 feet, 1800 meters.
The river running through the canyon is called the Colorado river.
The rocks at the top of the canyon are 230 million years old and the rocks at the bottom of the canyon is closed to 2 billion years old
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