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Great Barrier Reef Dead: How 25 Million Year Old Living Thing Passed Away

The largest living thing on earth is no more. The Great Barrier Reef dead reports are true after scientists confirmed the natural wonder was tremendously affected by climate change and ocean acidification. Environmental writer Rowan Jacobsen has declared one of the planet’s greatest wonders dead after outside elements killed the 25 million year-old beauty. The Great...
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