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Repairing the damage in the national underwater park could cost $2 million.
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It's enough to make you go white with fear.
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The devastating die-off appears to be heading toward yet another record.
First it was coal. Then solar. Now it's dead coral.
Walk the creaking sugarcane with farmers changing age-old tradition to save the reef.
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Unless we do something about greenhouse gas emissions, say bye to these incredibly important ecosystems.
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What it means for the reef, the industry and the future.
Researchers have recorded a record coral die-off on the Great Barrier Reef.
If only everyone looked this good when they got busy.
Reef refugees are accidentally destroying southern kelp forests.
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The world's largest coral reef system remains in poor health
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