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Scientists collect millions of coral eggs and sperm in largest project ever attempted.
The National Sea Simulator is the only research facility of its kind in the world to replicate in-situ spawning conditions in an experimental setting.
Scientists discovered a key genetic difference in some types of corals that may make them better equipped to withstand and survive heat stress.
Reef bleach watch over summer
Podcast by Emmy award winning cinematographer and marine biologist Richard Fitzpatrick and Andy Ridley, CEO of Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef.
Recorded at Lady Elliot Island, the 'frying' sound is produced by snapping shrimp (Alpheidae).
A few words from our CEO on #NAIDOC2019. Did you know @gbrmarinepark works with the 70 Traditional Owner groups along the #GreatBarrierReef coastline to protect our iconic Reef for future generations? #VoiceTreatytruth #LovetheReef pic.twitter.com/cTCMJFaqte