8 July 2015
The Australian Barrier Reef is the largest living structure on Earth, stretching over an area approximately the same as Germany or Malaysia. The coral here is exactly what the trees for a forest and this ecosystem is filled with over 100 species of jellyfish, 3,000 species of molluscs, 30 species of whales and dolphins and more than 1,600 different species of fish – representing about 10 % of the world’s known fish species.
Six varieties of sea turtles also come to the coral to reproduce. One of them, then, with the help of a camera placed by WWF Australia in her body kasnei a walk on the bottom and conveys exceptional images from efton the aquatic “paradise”.