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Chris Hemsworth Gets Shirtless & Flaunts His Toned Bod for His Birthday!

chris hemsworth gets shirtless & flaunts his toned bod for his birthday!
Chris Hemsworth casually showed off his bulging biceps while lounging in the water over his birthday weekend! The 34-year-old Australian actor and his wife Elsa Pataky, 41, have been soaking up the..
Just Jared

Chris Hemsworth Celebrates Birthday Weekend With Sun, Sand & Shirtlessness on Australia's Great Barrier Reef!

These pics make Monday better!
Entertainment Tonight

Videos for "Great Barrier Reef"

News video: The Dying Great Barrier Reef

The Dying Great Barrier Reef 01:23

The Great Barrier Reef of Australia is dying, due to "bleaching."
Source: FYI News -

News video: 'Most Memorable Moment' as All-White Whale Surfaces Next to Tourist Ship

'Most Memorable Moment' as All-White Whale Surfaces Next to Tourist Ship 00:52

Tourists visiting the Great Barrier Reef near Cairns on Sunday, August 6, had a whale of a time after an up-close visit from Australia&rsquo;s most famous cetacean &ndash; Migaloo, an all-white..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Science on the Great Barrier Reef in 360˚ - Heron Island

Science on the Great Barrier Reef in 360˚ - Heron Island 02:00

The Great Barrier Reef, off the coast of Queensland in northeastern Australia, is the largest living thing on Earth, and even visible from outer space. The 2,300km-long ecosystem comprises thousands of..
Source: Blend Media Videos -

News video: Australia's Famous White Whale Delights Tourists Near Cairns

Australia's Famous White Whale Delights Tourists Near Cairns 00:22

Tourists heading out to the Great Barrier Reef near Cairns on Sunday, August 6, had a whale of a time after an up-close visit from Australia&rsquo;s most famous cetacean &ndash; Migaloo, an..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Six Places To See Before They Change Forever

Six Places To See Before They Change Forever 02:45

The world is changing before our eyes. With global warming, human damage and the disintegration of traditions, the threat to planet Earth's most beautiful wonders is very real. Now is the time to..
Source: AOL TRAVEL UK -

 

Albino humpback whale Migaloo makes a rare appearance

albino humpback whale migaloo makes a rare appearance
Tourists visiting the Great Barrier Reef were treated to the site of the whale surfacing off the coast of Cairns, in the northeast of Australia, when the inquisitive creature approached their boat.
MailOnline

11 books on the future of humanity that everyone should read

11 books on the future of humanity that everyone should read
No one knows for sure what the next decade, century, or millennium will look like. But many writers have imagined the future in their work, inviting us to travel through time. We asked Lynn..
Business Insider

Changes to make snorkelling safer after 10 Queensland deaths in six months

​Snorkellers identified as being "at-risk" will have to wear flotation devices while diving at the Great Barrier Reef and other waterways as part of a raft of new safety measures.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Changes to make snorkelling safer in Qld

The Queensland government has announced new safety measures to protect snorkellers on the Great Barrier Reef and other waterways.
SBS

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef expedition to explore climate change-resistant coral

A scientific research expedition, funded by the tourism industry, to a remote part of the Great Barrier Reef will look for climate change-resistant coral in a bid to understand how coral can survive.
France 24

3 Ways to Dive the Great Barrier Reef, from Affordable to Epic

An eager diver sets out to experience this bucket-list trip three distinct ways, by basing himself at a camp site, at a luxury resort and aboard a scuba yacht.
Wall Street Journal

Warming limit of 1.2 degrees needed to save Great Barrier Reef: expert panel

Australia and the rest of the world must keep global temperature increases to 1.2 degrees to save the reef.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

It's terrible what's happening to reefs, but coral 'seedlings' could help.

Photo via iStock. *Coral reefs support about a quarter of all life in the ocean. * Diving through one, you can see oodles of different, brightly colored inhabitants, from delicate butterflyfish..
Upworthy

Australia to tourists: come drive your electric car along the Great Barrier Reef

Australia unveils plans to build a superhighway that supports electric cars and will stretch 1,118 miles alongside the endangered natural wonder.
Christian Science Monitor

Australia to build superhighway for electric vehicles beside Great Barrier Reef

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia is building a superhighway offering free charging stations in a bid to boost use of electric vehicles, the northeastern state of Queensland said on Thursday, most of its..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

This engineer has a wild plan to save coral reefs from climate change

A different kind of pipeline. Snorkelers explore Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Queensland Arizona civil engineer Mo Ehsani thinks he has the answer to the global coral bleaching crisis — a pipe..
Raw Story

L.E. Hotels Invites Travelers to Explore Asia and Australia This Summer with New 'World's Best' Promotions

l.e. hotels invites travelers to explore asia and australia this summer with new 'world's best' promotions
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--From the beaches of Sydney to the streets of Hong Kong, global hospitality brand L.E. Hotels is offering guests new ‘World’s Best’ promotions at participating hotels..
Business Wire

Reef Fish Make Riskier Choices If They've Been Exposed To Oil

reef fish make riskier choices if they've been exposed to oil
Watch VideoThis may not come as a shock, but baby fish and oil spills don't mix. A team of researchers put a type of crude oil into a simulated environment with six different species of coral reef..
Newsy

Oil pollution causes risky fish behaviour

A new study co-authored by a north Queensland researcher has found petroleum-based oil can cause Great Barrier Reef fish to engage in risky behaviour.
SBS


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