The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the largest and most complex living ecosystem on our planet. It’s so massive it can be seen from outer space. The enormous maze of colourful reefs stretch 2300 kilometres (1,430 miles) and is home to a vast number of plants and animals. It is estimated that over 5,900 species of corals, jellyfish, molluscs, worms, fish, sharks, rays, whales, and dolphins flourish in its intricate architecture. The beauty and uniqueness of the reef make it a snorkeler’s and diver’s paradise.
Here is my instalment of Snapshot Monday ~ Great Barrier Reef