Happy World Oceans Day! To celebrate, the Great... - Wissenschaft und Deutsch
Happy World Oceans Day! To celebrate, the Great Barrier Reef is going live in a 12 hour YouTube event that starts in 30 minutes. Tune in to join marine biologists explain the challenges the world’s most diverse marine ecosystem faces, and how we can help protect our oceans. Tweet your questions to #reeflive or ask them live on the YouTube feed.Don’t miss out on this world-first event to celebrate our oceans: http://bit.ly/11iat89
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Happy World Oceans Day! To celebrate, the Great Barrier Reef is going live in a 12 hour YouTube event that starts in 30 minutes. Tune in to join marine biologists explain the challenges the world’s most diverse marine ecosystem faces, and how we can help protect our oceans. Tweet your questions to #reeflive or ask them live on the YouTube feed.

Don’t miss out on this world-first event to celebrate our oceans: http://bit.ly/11iat89

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