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Coral Sea a Biodiversity Hotspot for Sharks


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Source: Australian Geographic

August 22, 2011

 

"The Coral Sea, off Australia's northeast coast is one of the last remaining places brimming with large predatory fish such as sharks and tuna, a study released on Saturday found.

 

The study found the 972,000 sq. km zone stretching from the Great Barrier Reef to the waters of the Solomon Islands and New Caledonia, was home to many unique and endangered species.

 

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