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This floating pumice raft in the Pacific could help save the Great Barrier Reef

SBS Tuesday, 27 August 2019
The Great Barrier Reef is set to receive a restocking of new coral in eight months thanks to a pumice raft which is estimated to rival the size of Manhattan.
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Australia&apos;s Great Barrier Reef is in very poor condition because of climate change, over fishing and land clearing, a state agency said on Friday, as it downgraded the reef&apos;s status to the lowest level, which could jeopardize its World Heritage status. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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