Next time you read that such and such a percentage of the Great Barrier Reef has already been destroyed by humankind, laugh out loud! I say that not to offend, and not because I don’t care about the corals, but because it is better to laugh than to be drawn into their madness.
According to a completely mad research paper published by eleven reef researchers – each a high-profile marine biologist – the Great Barrier Reef was pristine before the arrival of humans.
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