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No, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia is NOT dead. But it is in trouble.

Perhaps you’ve heard that the epic, 1,400-mile-long Great Barrier Reef in Australia has died. Perhaps you have read its obituary by writer Rowan Jacobsen on the website Outside Online. But before you start mourning the loss of what Jacobsen calls “one of the most spectacular features on the planet,”...
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