Coral Reefs Susquenita

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Coral Reefs Susquenita

  1. 1. Coral Reefs<br />By<br />Alexander Stimeling<br />And<br />Scott mcdade<br />
  2. 2. Specific Location: Australia&apos;s Great Barrier Reef<br />Stretches 100 km off the coast<br />Supports a wide range of life<br />Precipitation-about 6in every day<br />
  3. 3. What to do at the Great Barrier Reef<br />Sailing the islands<br />Day trips to the Great Barrier Reef<br />Scenic Flights over Whitehaven Beach<br />
  4. 4. The Shark of the Reef<br />Great White Shark<br />Very Sensitive to other creatures movement<br />Can sense as little as a billionth of a volt<br />Stats:<br />12-16 Feet long<br />Around 3000 teeth<br />
  5. 5. The living Reef<br />The Reef itself is a living combination of various corals.<br />Many organisms rely on the corals for shelter and food, not to mention to make a living.<br />As the Reef dies, many Australians lose jobs<br />
  6. 6. Jellyfish<br />Jellyfish are one of the many species that are not directly dependent on the Reef.<br />Stats:<br />Length: 10 feet<br />Weight: 4.4 Lbs.<br />Life Span: Less than 1 year<br />
  7. 7. Sea Turtles<br />One of the largest turtles in the world next to the Galapagos turtles.<br />Stats:<br />Weight : 150 LBS<br />Avg. Lifespan: 100 yrs<br />
  8. 8. Dugongs<br />Live in shallow waters<br />Stats:<br />

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