The amount of damage taken by the Great Barrier Reef from the back-to-back bleaching events has already reached new extreme, and becoming more and more irreversible.
Over two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef damaged by back-to-back bleaching events.
Most of the world's reefs are dying, so scientists are creating fake ones to spur rehabilitation.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority have detected abnormally high sea surface temperatures on the UNESCO world heritage site, indicating that another massive bleaching event will soon hit the already dead reef.
Algae will soon take over the Great Barrier Reef, a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports revealed.
With the alarming news that Australia's Great Barrier Reef is in the brink of death, scientists are formulating live-saving techniques to prevent coral death and the declining population of marine life.
The Great Barrier Reef was declared dead on Friday after an obituary was posted on Outside. However, to clarify things, the reef is not dead but is sick and dying.
For those who have yet to visit Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, now would be the best time to visit. Reports state that the Great Barrier Reef is dying, with almost half of the reef’s corals already having vanished. All this due to the effects of global warming and coral bleaching.