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The Great Barrier Reef is famed for its large biodiversity, which includes an estimated 1,500 species of fish, over 36- species of hard, reef-building corals, and more than 4,000 mollusc species.
The fight is on to save the largest living structure on Earth: the Great Barrier Reef. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is on the brink of collapse and scientists must find a solution. The heroes protecting the reef include pilots like Alistair Heron, who steer massive ships through its narrow passages, and David Wachenfeld, who surveys underwater to assess damage. Follow these and other reef advocates as they fight to save the Great Barrier Reef and the species that make their home there.

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