Aerial image of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
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Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the largest reef in the world, runs for 2,300 kilometres along the country's rugged coast. A vast range of marine life, including whales, dolphins, turtles and more than 1,500 species of fish can be found in this reef system. Sadly, climate change, pollution and overfishing threaten this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Conservation initiatives are ongoing to safeguard and preserve this natural beauty for future generations. All of us, be it individuals, organisations or businesses, should vow to preserve and safeguard these absolute treasures and maintain the balance of nature.