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While Corals Die Along The Great Barrier Reef, Humans Struggle To Adjust

Enlarge this image Aerial view of the Heart Reef, part of the Great Barrier Reef Arterra/UIG via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Arterra/UIG via Getty Images Nearly a hundred miles off the shore of Port Douglas, Australia, tourists jump into the water of the outer reef. On their dive, they see giant clams, sea turtles and a rainbow of tropical fish, all swimming above brightly colored coral. On a boat, marine biologist Lorna Howlett quizzes the tourists in the sunshine. “How many people out there saw a coral highlighter-yellow?”…

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