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  • The Great Barrier Reef By: Rosalinda Medina
  • GEOGRAPHY ECOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL THREATS Final Jeopardy
  • The sea in which the Great Barrier Reef is located, off the coast of Queensland in northeast Australia. Answer
  • What is the Coral Sea? Home
  • Answer Around the world, reefs generally occur only where temperatures remain above 18° Celsius (64° Fahrenheit) most of the time. This means that they are usually located in this region, which is within 30° North and 30° South of the equator.
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  • The Great Barrier Reef is separated from the mainland by this shallow body of water from 10 to 100 miles wide. Answer
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  • The Great Barrier Reef can be seen from outer space and is the world's biggest single structure made by billions of these tiny living organisms. Answer
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  • This number of coral species, both hard corals and soft corals can be found in the Great Barrier Reef. Answer
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  • The plant species are spread by this type of animal in the Great Barrier Reef. Answer
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  • This caused mass coral bleaching events occur in the summers of 1998, 2002 and 2006, in the Great Barrier Reef. Answer
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  • The rivers of north eastern Australia provide significant pollution of the Reef during tropical flood events with over 90% of this pollution coming from this source. Answer
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  • This coral reef predator preys on coral polyps. Answer
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  • Protects a large part of the Great Barrier Reef. Answer
  • The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Home