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    Great barrier reef By Tiffany and Jessie Great barrier reef By Tiffany and Jessie Presentation Transcript

    • Great Barrier Reef
      By Tiffany and Jessie
    • What Is A coral Reef?
      • A coral reef is made out of little organisms called coral polyps.
    • How Are Coral Reefs Made
      They are made by tiny coral polyps which shoots out eggs and it lands on the sand and it grows onto a coral.
    • Where Is The Great Barrier Reef
      The Great Barrier Reef is off the coast of Queensland.
    • Two Types Of Coral
      Brain Coral: You may think brain coral is smart, but it’s not. It looks like a brain but it isn’t.
      Fan Coral: Fan coral are similar to soft coral. However, they attach themselves in mud or sand.
    • Sea Creatures
      Dolphins
      Whales
      Dugong
      Turtles
      Clown fish
      Sharks
      Boxed jellyfish
      Crab
      Coral Cod
    • Three ways people use the GBR
      researching
      viewing sea animals
      sailing
    • Threats
      You are about to see different types of THREATS to the Great Barrier Reef including :
      Littering
      Crown-of-thorns
      Oil spills
    • Littering
      Littering is not cool. It’s polluting the living things in the Great Barrier Reef. If People put all their rubbish in the bin, turtles will have less chance of being endangered.
    • Crown-of-thorns
      The TRIGGER FISH eats the crown-of thorns and also the GIANT TRITON! People should not catch or eat Trigger fish and the Giant Triton.
    • Oil spills
      One of the Great Barrier Reef’s biggest threats are the OIL SPILLS like in this background. We shouldn't allow ships to go near the GREATBARRIER REEF.
    • How people preserve the reef
      • Tourism and recreation are important ways for people to look and learn about the wildlife of the Great Barrier Reef. Fishing fresh fish is great.
    • ThankyouforwatchingourSlideshow!!!!