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The Great Barrier Reef isn’t dead yet

An obituary for the Great Barrier Reef published Tuesday on the website Outside Online can best be described as colorful and effective hyperbole, but the world’s largest living structure is certainly in serious trouble. “Obituary: Great Barrier Reef (25 Million BC-2016),” by Rowan...
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