Scientists are repairing the damage corals from the Great Barrier Reef, can they find a solution?
The Great Barrier Reef has become a coral graveyard now.
The great barrier reef is dying because of the rising temperature caused by global warming.
Using LiDAR technology, Australian scientists have discovered that there is a second, larger, donut-shaped reef found deep below the Great Barrier Reef.
Due to the rising temperatures and pollution, the Great Barrier Reef is losing its coral population due to bleaching. But tourists are still looking forward to take one last glance at the natural marvel.
Months after the Great Barrier Reef was reported to be facing danger, a surprising discovery was announced by scientists.
The Sydney Coral Reefs are beginning to get some color again after the massive bleaching that occured earlier this year.
A team of researchers found a vast reef system behind the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland.
Great Barrier Reef is deteriorating, and fast.
According to a new study, a part of Great Southern Reef, which is covered with kelp forests are dying because of intense heatwaves.
The Great Barrier Reef is currently experiencing severe coral bleaching.